I’m very partial to old architecture, usually to be found in well preserved medieval towns. Many times I travel to or choose my destination based on this single fact, just so that I can walk, admire and photograph places where one can still walk in the steps of long gone people. I always try to understand and feel the life in those old times, and sometimes, often enough actually, I get some glimpse into the past.
Rothenburg is such a town, and more. However, on this visit I snapped a few other photographs, showing some of different features of this place: tourists, the Xmas vehicle (a main attraction for said tourists), excellent examples of medieval architecture, medieval pharmacy, and again, lots of tourists. I hope you like it. Camera I used was an Olympus OM1, with Ilford Pan F50.