Instagram post by The University of Oxford • Oct 17, 2016 at 10:27am UTC
9,948 Likes, 81 Comments - The University of Oxford (@oxford_uni) on Instagram: “Oxford's two main rivers are the Cherwell and the Isis (the Isis is actually part of the Thames.)…”
Summer Evenings on the Isis (Thames)
There are two rivers that run through Oxford: the Thames and the Cherwell. It can be a bit confusing when looking at maps of Oxford. It seems there is a third river called the Isis that runs through the city. In fact, the Isis is the name given to the part of the River Thames above Iffley Lock which flows through the Christ Church Meadow and is the main place of rowing for Oxford University. The river isn't very wide here. It's nothing like the Thames tidal river in London. It's not even…
This Infinite Paradox
Pursuer of Truth and lover of Love. Living in these beautiful VIrginia mountains. Day by day I battle to be the man I'm called to be: dad, brother, friend, entrepreneur and in all ravenously hungry for real adventure and true freedom. This blog is a somewhat blurry reflection of my journey.
The Enchanting River Dart, Devon. BR Vintage Travel Poster by Cecil King. 1961
Vintage poster produced for British Railways (BR) Western Region to promote rail services to Devon. The poster shows a view over the enchanting River Dart. A paddle steamer can be seen on the river and green rolling hills stretch out in the background. 1961. Artwork by Cecil King. This is truly an outstanding quality poster. It is printed on Fuji crystal archive photographic paper and is by no means a flimsy poster. Please select your size from the drop down menu. Any poster size of 70x100cm…