The University of Western Ontario, the place I'm doing a PhD, has a lot of beautiful buildings in the neogothic style. Some of these date back to the late 19th century while others are substantialy newer. For more than half a century, the university's masters kept with the idea that the architecture of the university should keep with the gravitas of the institution. As an added benefit, they look spectacular in black and white. It's been a while since I took them and I've posted a couple of individual pictures before, here are more of the good ones.
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