Monochrome architecture

A recent trip to Shrewsbury with its many black and white timbered buildings inspired me to explore the place in simple tones so this is a great opportunity to share some of the images from that day.

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The best way to travel to anywhere is by train.
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Into the busy city and its narrow streets of black and white timber buildings.  How authentically tudor these are, I know not.

But of course, authentic black and white timber framed tudor buildings weren’t actually black and white…

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But you got to attract the tourists and if they want black and white faux tudor… that’s what they are going to get.

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Not to mention Charles Darwin and a fantastic library.

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and a brilliant indoor market!

DSCF7272 (2)and a final splash of colour

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