Sitting area in front of Fylde college. This was one of those rare days when the sun was out and I had 10 minutes to be outside during it. And I had the whole place to myself for those 10 minutes.
The gardens in front of the townhouses have a path running through them which is lit by neon blue lights under the stone benches. It looks like a site for a space-shuttle launch.
I found this place while I was walking back from a friend’s place. I think the area is closed off and we aren’t supposed to go through the gates, but it looks really beautiful (or spooky, whichever way you look at it) with the old victorian-style chairs and table laid out.
Though I’ve never been inside this glass building (I think it belongs to the management school), it’s a well architected building with a moat running through it. I can totally imagine what it would look like sitting inside, newspaper in hand, drinking coffee.
Right in the middle of our exams, the sun came out for a couple of days. And with the sun came every one on campus to the newly re-opened Alexandra Square. As a sidenote, the new steps are a usability nightmare. It’s almost impossible to tell how low the next step is when you’re walking down unless you’re really paying attention. I’ve tripped quite a few times and now I just take the steps extremely to the left which are a lot more simple.