I have found this challenge quite difficult, because I have wanted to show photos of the same place in different seasons, and apart from my back garden, I have hardly any photos of the same place from the same angles in different seasons.
Thomas Holloway was a self-made multi-millionaire whose fortune had been made in patent medicines. He founded Royal Holloway College in 1879 after initiating a public debate inviting suggestions as to ‘How best to spend a quarter of a million pounds or more’. It was his wife Jane who suggested a college for women as the means by which Holloway’s money might effect ‘the greatest public good’. (RHUL History)
I went there for four very happy years, and as a result saw it in all seasons. It was such a photogenic building I took lots of photos, and looking at them with fresh eyes, I have found some from similar angles in very different seasons. It is such a beautiful building, it lifted my spirits every day I drove through the gates.
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