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Friday’s Fences!

On our jaunt to meet Little Miss F we spent two days with an American friend who was in the UK for business.

Here’s a fence which could only have been taken in one of two cities in England I feel.

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Now where could this be- bycycles and posters for theatres, operas, talks etc etc….

All will be revealed on Sunday, but feel free to have a guess!

Joining with Jan and Jer for

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Comments on: "Friday’s Fences!" (22)

  1. Brilliant photo. And I love wicker baskets on bikes. Well, as the “Billy Goats Gruff & Other Furry Tales” are playing at Arbury Community Centre, Cambridge I’m guessing that this is Oxford? 😉

  2. That is a lot of bikes…

  3. I love bicycles, and your shot captures them perfectly. Nicely done.

  4. Great scene!

  5. Definitely a sight in that area.

  6. Kind of a shame to see that lovely wrought iron fence obscured by all the signs and bikes.

  7. I was assuming you meant Oxford or Cambridge. I’ve seen all the bicycles in Oxford. So I would guess Cambridge.

  8. magicalmysticalteacher said:

    So many bicycles it looks like Amsterdam!

    Bougainvillea Fence

  9. And there was me thinking the north, York where bicycles are also prevalent.

  10. I’m guessing at Cambridge. But you are right. The bicycles along that fence are instantly recognisable as either of those two cities.

  11. Ok so you got the two cities right enough!

  12. probably Oxford, if not then maybe Cambridge

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