a person walking rather than travelling in a vehicle (above)
lacking inspiration, excitement: dull
I hope you find my photograph of the Millennium Bridge to be quite the opposite of dull.
Sometimes you can find letters of the alphabet in the most unexpected places, such as in this rail bridge crossing the River Severn in Shrewsbury. What can you see?
Dawn of “The Day After” runs a monthly architecture challenge as well as her windows. May is the month for Bridges.
I like photographing bridges, many of which have great architectural and historical features, and have done so several times within the topic of a photography challenge. (click on the image to enlarge)
Top right: Dinham Bridge, Ludlow;
Metal bridges: Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, USA; Jackfield Bridge, Shropshire, England; Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney, Australia; Burrard Street Bridge, Vancouver, Canada;
Bottom Left: Ironbridge, Shropshire, England
Wooden/stone bridges: Wooden Bridge, Clun, Shropshire, England; Gallox Bridge, Somerset, England; Albany Covered Bridge, New Hampshire, USA; Packhorse Bridge, Clun, Shropshire, England
Header: Rope Bridge in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall, England