About the Book
In these eighty-four images, photographer Mark C. Christianson explores the town and cloister of Bad Wimpfen. His photos range from wide vistas and townscapes, through investigation of intimate details. He pays special attention to the details of the cloister—the town’s architectural gem—and the contemplative play of light and darkness within the sheltered openness of the cloister’s medieval passages.
Come along on a journey into a small, historic German town found in our own contemporary world: Bad Wimpfen.
This is the paperback edition.
Mark C. Christianson has enjoyed photography ever since he grew up in southwestern Minnesota. While in middle school his grandmother lent him an SLR she no longer used, and he’s been looking at the world through camera lenses ever since, especially when traveling. A graduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, Mark currently resides in Minneapolis.