Small towns in Germany

I'm here at our Herrenberg studio for a few days of work. I'm enjoying the studio and on the weekends exploring a bit of the area. It's a lovely area - idyllic really - fields tidily laid out between forested hills with medieval towns rising on their slopes, topped with castles and churches - all in the red-roofed, heavy-beamed architecture of the region - Swabian, Black Forest...

My guest house

The church just above the guest house and on the way up to the remains of the castle. It's bells wake me in the morning.

My door.

The nearby town of Tübingen - home to an ancient university.

Like the Cam in Cambridge UK, a lazy river flows through town and students and others pole their way along it, relaxing, chatting, and picnicking.

The streets that wend between buildings are often narrow,

But each of the towns seem to open to a market square with cafes, public houses of great age, and fountains.

Detail of a church window - very painful medieval sentiments.



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