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On The Campus Grounds At Aberdeen University, Scotland

ON UNIVERSITY GROUNDS...
Aberdeen University is just opposite Brentwood Villa, the guest house which is owned by my friend.  Professors from foreign countries love to stay at her place, parents of students also find her guest house very convenient, it is just directly opposite Aberdeen University and I, too is staying nearby.  This area makes me feel younger, walking alongside with the students and whenever I look out from my window, mainly are young looking people!  LOL...

One evening before dinner, Aaron and I took a walk to the inside grounds of the university.  Unlike in Malaysia, where there are guards all around the campus, over here, it is a free ground.  We can go through the main entrance and to the campus grounds, no one bothers.  My son told me that I could even go into the lecture hall... serious???  Well, I guess I am not going to try that.... but I do not mind going again into the vicinity of the halls, the landscaping is too beautiful to resist....

This evening we just walked a small bit.... it was almost dusk when we came out.... one day, I must go in when the sun is shining bright...

At the entrance.... 
And as we walked around.... just a small fraction of the campus... 
The University of Aberdeenis a public research university in Aberdeen, Scotland founded in 1945
No wonder it is open to the public... 
One section of the lecture halls... 
Aberdeen has approximately 13,500 students from undergraduate to doctoral level, 
including many international students..
The main campus is now at King's College, where the original buildings are still in use in addition to many newer buildings of largely modernist style.
As dusk falls.... it is so beautiful.... 
One can just sit here on the grounds... just to relax... if not for the cold weather... 
See, get what I mean?
Relax....
Very historical feel.... 
And the rest of my poses.... 
Taken on a brighter side... 
And this the original lighting at 7pm... 


Comments

  1. The photos are so nice! The buildings look so ancient and wise. You must be feeling wonderful walking through the campus. Sporting poses from you as usual!

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  2. So beautiful, it looks like a castle! I love the archways. Is Aaron going here, plus working? You are so pretty in pink!

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  3. My comment almost the same as Ginny, very beautiful, looks like castle, I like your pink winter jacket, so many cute poses from you

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  4. Nice scenery, Claire! You look like a young lady in all the pictures. Have fun!

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  5. The university building is beautiful. Ya hor, over there it is open. When I went to Boston, we also can walk into Harvard freely.

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  6. Beautiful campus. Impressed with the building. Lovely when it lit up.

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  7. wow...I wish I could study there...

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  8. Beautiful place and beautiful when lighted up in the evening. You look like one of the young students.

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