Photographer's Note

Ribe, in the southwestern corner of Jutland, claims to be Denmark's oldest town. It's certainly one of the most pleasant, with a picture-postcard town center that has a Cathedral, half-timbered houses, cobblestoned streets, and a river that meanders through Ribe on its way to the sea.

The picture: light falls on an old seat in the ancient Ribe cathedral.

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