Photographer's Note

Stamford originally grew as a Danish settlement, and is the only one of the five Danelaw boroughs not to later become a county town (the other four being Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, and Nottingham). Initially a pottery centre, by the Middle Ages it had became famous for its production of wool and woollen cloth. Stamford still has an impressive amount of it's Medieval architecture intact, and was declared England's first Conservation Area in 1967.

Photo taken on Barn Hill, with All Saints' Church on the right, and Saint Mary's Church in the background to the left.

Edit: forgot to sharpen the image first time around so reposted..

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