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Nice pictures James! I liked the way you've captured the two faces! Get to see the details... Thanks for sharing these pictures!
I like such details! Thanks for sharing!
James your photos are just so wonderful! Great captures... enjoy your weekend :D
Quite a nice set of pictures James!Beautiful campus. Gothic but also neo greek!Thks for visiting Chandler a to z...
They would certainly put me in the mood to study, but I don't think I would like to run into some of those characters at night!
I just listed Pat Buchanan rattle on about the new supreme court justice to be having gone to Princeton. He says she went because of Afirmative Action. Not sure if I agree. I do, like your photography on this post. And some of the subjects are pretty neat as well.Thank you very much for visiting my Brookville Daily Photo blog and for the comment you left me there.I hope you can help, if you haven't already, get some big numbers by visiting, following and leaving a comment at... Pick a Peck of Pixels
I love details and these are both funny and interesting. I hope you have some more in store for us.
For sure that the ivy has had the time to grow here! So, you can visit like this! That's nice!
Fascinating...I'd say, though, that some of those faces need to be washed!
Nice series of photos, James.
You've got very detailed shot James. The first photo reminds me of the two lions in the chinese garden or even in chinese establishments. Enjoy your weekend.My main website
Hi James, thanks for the reply. $45,000 per annum is really really really expensive. I hope that's getting a Bachelor of Surgery and Medicine! Otherwise, how those students are going to pay back those student loans?
Great photos. I like that you picked a theme!
I'm enjoying your Princeton photos. My brother went to school there, and I would enjoy my visits to him, many years ago. When my boys were little, we took them to the Princeton Art Museum, only to discover it is not a very child-friendly museum. "No" kept coming out of the mouth of the security guard to my too curious sons. We do have an art museum at Rutgers, the Zimmerlee, that is much more welcoming of children. And my children are much better behaved than they were then, anyway.
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