Inscribed l.c. in brown ink: F.co Romulo-Cn. 21 Julio 1629 (recto); in brown ink:.... (illegible) Romulo Cincinato (sic) (verso). There is a more detailed inscription on the verso which identifies Francesco Romulo Cincinato as the son of the Florentine artist Romulo Cincinnato, who worked in Madrid.
This is a black and white photograph of a steep rocky hillside. The scene is cropped so that only a small section of the hillside is shown. In the center, is a group of palm trees, some tall and some small, growing out of the rocky soil.
Inscribed in red ballpoint on tape on spine: "SPAIN/PORTUGAL" Signed on flyleaf in fountain pen and black ink, u.r. corner: "Charles L Luck/Trip to Spain 1886/and 1884"; inscribed to left in graphite: "B402/No. 6"