My entry for the Which Way Photo Challenge
My entry for Cellpic Sunday 12Dec21
The river Tyne from the Newcastle side with The Sage building in the background. The Gateshead Millennium bridge is known locally as the blinking eye bridge due to it’s shape and it’s movement, it tilts to allow ships to pass.
Only one car was allowed on the bridge at one time, not only because it was narrow but because it was weak. It was a tight squeeze going through the posts, not much room for error [good job I wasn’t driving he he] On the England/Scotland border.
This one is at a lovely place called Cragside.
This photo was taken from a bridge at Berwick-upon-Tweed. The two bridges above this are also at Berwick-upon-Tweed.
An underpass/bridge near Parc Gulliver, Valencia
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Canal Lock with another view of the Falkirk Wheel in the background.
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Ponte Vecchio Bridge, Florence
Cologne, Germany – the sparkly bits are thousands of padlocks
There are six bridges in this photo taken on a boat on the River Tyne, Newcastle, UK
Gateshead Millenium Bridge, Tyne Bridge, Swing Bridge, High Level Bridge, Queen Elizabeth II Metro Bridge, King Edward VII Bridge and there is another one just round the corner, Redheugh Bridge
Nine Arches Bridge [SankeyViaduct], Rowlands Gill.
I’ve got quite a few photos of bridges so I thought I would pick some that are local.