Alexander "Sasha" Volokh

My tour of the Middle Ages, part II
Oxford, England, March 29-April 1, 2000

Above: This, at the Botanical Gardens, is a cute duck that followed us around.

Above: The cute duck, up close.

Above: The cute duck shadows Jessica.

Above: A little birdie from the Botanical Gardens, not as cute as the duck.

Above: Mungo told me to ask, to make myself seem sophisticated, whether the fritillaries were out. Here they are!

Above: It's Justice Brandeis!

Above: These are cacti...

Above: And this is not-a-cactus.

Above: And these are tribbles.

Below: Oxford is all about Lewis Carroll, who was a math tutor at Christ Church, where he met Alice. The three pictures below are pleasant romps through the life of Carroll, Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking-Glass. You should be able to make them readable by making your browser display them separately (View Image).

Below: Oxford is all about William Morris, poet, artist, and founder of the English Socialist movement. Here's a coloring card of him. And, just for good measure, a Saxon knight.

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