Another large print for a museum exhibition about my town's history, showing the central square during the 12th century AD. Winters were harsh, housing conditions were dismal and funerals like this must have been a frequent sight. The wooden grating under the gate keeps cattle and pigs from wandering into the churchyard. It was actually excavated by archaeologists along with some of the graves. A century later the church depicted was replaced by a gothic cathedral.
I enjoyed all the snow and icicles.