Time for another square month hosted by the lovely Becky. The photos don’t necessarily have to be of a timepiece, but are open to interpretation to reflect time in some way, or sayings such as ‘the passing of time’, ‘a stitch in time’, or time running away from you.
Day Four and time for some history. Many of you know that I lived in lovely historical Ludlow (Shropshire) for five years before moving to Cornwall. Ludlow is a famous medieval town with many listed buildings as well as holding an excellent market several times a week.
This exquisite timber-framed house is from the 17th century.
To join in with the Squares challenge please visit Becky for instructions. Remember the only proper rule is that the photo must be SQUARE.
December Squares | Day Four
19 thoughts on “Time x Square”
Nice history indeed, Jude. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete. x
Ludlow’s old buildings are wonderful, Jude!
Timeless Sue! 🙂
I really love those timber-framed houses, and the plaque makes me smile as I remember staying in the “new” part of the Salford Hall Hotel [https://wp.me/p107Dr-89], “new” meaning that it had been built in 1602 as opposed to the “real old” part [to the left in the picture], which dates from the 15th century.
Yes. Our idea of new is quite different to other ‘New World’ countries.
Agreed! For here in the US, we might talk about new and old wigwams! 😀
A new build, excellent, the best one I’ve seen for centuries!
They don’t make them like this anymore!
Have you managed to hobble around Church Stretton for any squares? It’s a lovely place, isn’t it? 🙂 🙂
Not yet. Weather has been against me for photographs, but there are some lovely buildings and eateries. We are both still coughing and sneezing and very tired.
Meeting Tish? 😃
No arrangement and I am still ill so probably not a good idea at this time.
I know that house! Great choice.
I like the thought that 17th century is “new”. This is a beautiful old building.
New has a different meaning here!
Lovely ‘new build’ there. 🙂
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