The Bridge over the Spey (Garmouth)

Well I am off on a bit of a photo sojourn -s o I thought I better get posting or you will be losing interest in my blog. I am concious that I have been posting mainly landscapes recently so  this time I thought - a little quirky architectural mono may be suitably different to keep you amused - anyway - as always you can decide - enjoy
Well I am off on a bit of a photo sojourn – so I thought I better get posting or you will be losing interest in my blog. I am concious that I have been posting mainly landscapes recently so this time I thought – a little quirky architectural mono may be suitably different to keep you amused – anyway – as always you can decide – enjoy
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19 thoughts on “The Bridge over the Spey (Garmouth)

  1. I still marvel at just what our ancestors achieved in what was a relatively short time span. These ‘relics’ of earlier days are just as much a part of the landscape today as the river they cross, the valley they cut through or the gorge that was cut for them. Perspective great B&W just right

    1. this was part of the spey line which moved Whisky to port for onwards shipment south – connected with Granton and in to the Cairgorms – over 84 miles known as the Speyside way

      1. and I have enjoyed exploring various stretches…but not done the whole ‘way’. I loved the river views with the backdrop of mountains beyond the flood plains. Like many of our old railway lines here in Derbyshire they have proved to be great trails.

  2. Wishing you a pleasant and productive sojourn… as for the b&w and manmade structure… well, I’ll pass on this one. πŸ˜€
    No surprise, eh?

    1. hey no problem – I once read an article that you post for yourself and not to please your audience, I suppose it is good advice as – I have a mixed audience mostly my landscapes are what get the likes but I have niche in building shots too – I posted this more for the local audience I suppose

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