Happy New Year!
Following on from my last post at the Christmas Market in Louth here are some more photo's from there.
I took these photo's back in September when Popcorn and I had a walk around the market town of Louth in Lincolnshire. Known as "The gateway to the Wolds", Louth is on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. A ridge of hills that start at Barton Upon Humber in the north near the Humber Bridge and finish south of Spilsby before the land levels out onto The Fens. The area is designated an Area of outstanding Beauty.
|Westgate heading toward the church.
|St. James church in Louth has the tallest spire of any Parish
Church in England.
|The Wheatsheaf Inn on Westgate.
|Dating back to the 17th century.
|My quirky eye spotted two very different forms of transport. A blue plaque on the
wall tells a gruesome story!
|Remembering the Lincolnshire Rising.
|The main street through the town.
|Regular viewers of "Bargain Hunt" on TV will be familiar with the auctioneer and
antiques expert Colin Young, this is the Louth branch of the firm.
|Spotted a dog keeping cool in the shade.
|Hand made signs on a market stall.
|On my previous post I took a photo here at the Christmas Market.
|Looking across to the market place and the old indoor market hall clock.
|The jewellers shop on this corners has a really old mural painted on it's wall.
|Lots of little cameo scenes and stories within the mural.
|On the corner of Aswell Street is the Turks Head pub.
|Down one of the many alleyways in Louth I found a piece of graffiti art work.
|New Street leading to the Market Place, very different to the weather and lighting
when I took almost the same photo at the recent Christmas Market, last post.
|A party of wedding guests on the move.
|New Street again.
|Cobbles Bar in New Street.
|Alleyway running from thr Market Place to Mercer Row.
|The wedding party, possibly on their way to the reception?
|Apartments in this lovely old renovated Georgian building.
|Westgate Gardens. A private group of dwellings with lovely gardens but I did get permission
to photograph there from the lady carrying her dog. I'd met her earlier in the town.
Nikon Z50 + 16-50 lens.