A few photos from this weekend's wanderings along the canal. At some point I should go back and do some more photos from along the canal. I tend to walk along it at least a few times a week. Watching the three cygnets grow has been really neat, and today the first of their white feathers were really evident.
Cygnet, Oxford Canal
Cygnet Turning Into a Swan, Oxford Canal
Fall is on the Way, Oxford Canal
Guardian of the Upper Wolvercote Allotments, Oxford Canal
So in the process of reading up about Wolvercote Cemetery, I also saw mention of, and started reading about St Sepulchre's Cemetery. It is conveniently along the way of my typical walk to town via the Oxford Canal path. I ended up spending some time there this morning. I was the only one around. It also prompted me to see a little bit different part of town (the Jericho section).
John Day - St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford
Angel - St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford
Cross - St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford
Cross with Ivy - St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford
John & Sarah Bridgewater - St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford