The coarse stones and coarser roof tiles of the “Blaue Hut”, one of the three remaining towers of the medieval town wall of Weinheim. The name comes from the slate tiles of the original roof.
Smooth clinker around the modern, gothic inspired window of the church St. Marien in Mönchengladbach-Rheydt.
Course sandstone bricks forming the base of a half-timbered house in the Odenwald.
The structured front of the Königshalle of the Lorsch Abbey built in the ninth century is the oldest monument of Carolingian architecture. It is a UNESCO world heritage site.
for The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Textures.