In class, we began discussing the various viewpoints espoused by Darwin's mentors, in addition to scientists of his day who had an influence on him, such as Lamark and Sir Charles Lyell.
I, Carlie, Kaelyne, and Robyn chose to visit the Botanic Garden during our lunch break. With student ID, it was £3.50 pounds.
Wild Henslow sighted!
Darwin was known as 'the man who walks with Henslow' during his time at Cambridge, as he took Henslow's botany class three or four times.
The area by the pond reminded me of John William Waterhouse's paintings... I just had to get a picture by the weeping willow.
the other side of the pond
in a rock crevasse, in the rock garden
orchids in the greenhouse
by the fountain
I saw a windowbox of orange petunias on the way back
Then we walked in the Backs, the area behind the Cam.
St. John's College
Then we did a little exploring.