Photographer's Note

I remain in Ludlow in the summer of 1966. It was, and probably still is, a charming small town in Shropshire in the western English Midlands, near the Welsh border.

This view shows Ludlow from the southern bank of the river Teme, which floats on a curve around the town somewhere down in the valley beneath the shrubs. The most outstanding features of the town are both seen here: the ruins of the 11th century castle and the tower of the Anglican parish church from about the same time but rebuilt in the 12th century.

Here is a larger version.

Two WS photos were taken inside the castle. In one of them I aimed my camera towards the countryside, in the other I included the town center.

I will post one more photo (and one or two WS) from Ludlow before I move a short distance.

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Additional Photos by Gert Holmertz (holmertz) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10134 W: 521 N: 19512] (85969)
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