Wednesday, October 20, 2010
On my second day in Wurzburg I met up with a few other camera buffs and continued exploring.
Churches were of course on the itinerary and again it was the light inside them that contin ued to attract me.
Like the scales of some prehistoric dinosaur, the slate tiles of the roofs sometimes took on organic forms.....
Corridor in the Julius Spital, a 16th Century hospital
The stairwell in a modern section of the Julius Spital.
The churches and cathedrals had some pretty impressive organs, but the most unusual-looking one was in the Augustiner Kirche.
In a small garden around the grave of Walter von der Vogelweide, a 12th Century knight and poet.