Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Bridges

Ed is a truck driving photographer from Tennessee who hosts a photography challenge blog called Sunday Stills here on WordPress.

This week Ed would like to see Bridges

Above: The Ribble Viaduct. It is the longest and most famous viaduct on the Settle-Carlisle Railway, a railway line passing through some spectacular British scenery. The viaduct is curved, and so may be seen by passengers on the train.

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

23 thoughts on “Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Bridges”

    1. I was going to post just about Ironbridge (and yes it is the original – no traffic over it these days) but I have so many bridge photos I couldn’t resist the gallery 😀

  1. Stunning images, Jude, the bridges looks terrific with lots of interesting perspectives. Well done!
    All the best for 2014,
    et riktig godt nytt år!
    Warm greetings from The North (of Norfolk)
    The Fabulous Four,

    1. That one sure seems to be the favourite – perhaps it is the perfect reflection that people like – couldn’t get that shot at the moment as the water is brown (all that Welsh mud) and very fast flowing!
      Thanks for the comment Connie, it is much appreciated 🙂

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