Sunday, 17 May 2009

Mono time

The old pack horse bridge at Carrbridge


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28 comments:

Bim said...

What a delightful bridge (quite apart from the lovely scenery) - but does anybody dare walk over it? I might try to wade through the river to avoid breaking my bones :)

Checkers said...

lovely photo - Checkers loved the cat - it's already been destroyed - that's his way of showing love!!!

DCampy34 said...

awesome pic

Woodrow

Owner of Storm and Jackal said...

I'm new to your blog and just wanted to say I love it! The photography is beautiful, the dogs are beautiful. I love watching Jana move. I look forward to seeing more.

Anne said...

Ohoi.... this was a lovely one!!
Just loved the curves of that bridge a lot...., looks loke a loop...

Thanks for showing to ous.
Have a nice week.

magiceye said...

a classic by all standards!!

Aileni said...

I have never seen a stone bridge like that, with such an arc. Your picture shows it off so well.

jabblog said...

What a lovely shot. I can't imagine a laden horse travelling over it though - it looks such a severe curve.

NESSA the hovawart said...

Hi, guys, I was away for sometime and you are giving me the lead pics of SNOW? Brrrr, I finally get rid of it....just kidding, hehe...
The pic of the bridge is fantastic!
Kisses and hugs,
Nessa

RockstarJen said...

I just love your eye. You take such beautiful shots. And you let me visit a new place every day, along with the dogs. Thank you.

Amber and Nala said...

What a cool bridge!! Can you actually walk over it?

Daryl said...

what a perfect shot!

Snapshutter said...

What an interesting bridge. I assume it's not in use anymore. Looks a bit dangerous.

Esther Garvi said...

That is beautiful! Exactly where I would like to go for a walk right now...

Dina ... UK said...

What a super bridge, love the name...
Very pretty there i bet, great monochrome....;-)

Clueless in Boston said...

One of the best I've seen today as part of mono monday. Really well done!

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

A lovely shot of a beautiful bridge.

Gennasus said...

You can no longer go on to this bridge, it has to be admired from a distance. It's quite amazing to think that it was ever in use!

Life With Dogs said...

I wish we had such things to photograph here. Infrastructure and architecture are immature by comparison.

kazu said...

Beautiful place and bridge.
Great photo!

Laerte Pupo said...

Nice photo and handsome bridge.

Prospero said...

Hi. Nice bridge. I had to leave a comment since we have similar avatars (and interests).

Suldog said...

I love old bridges like that. I always wonder how something that looks somewhat fragile could be so very strong?

Dragonstar said...

Lovely! So fragile, but such a beautiful arch.

Greyscale Territory said...

What a stunning, sharply arching bridge! The stone textures look wonderful in contrast with the flowing lines of water!

Russ said...

That is an awesome bridge! Great shot.

A Woman Of No Importance said...

I was there for a lovely wedding in around 1990, we took my elderly neighbour from Middlesbrough (late of Inverness) who was an honoured guest - It was wonderful to look upon that bridge!

Kitty said...

Wonderful shot! And an amazing Middle Earthy bridge :) it looks quite fragile and precarious though - wonder how much longer it will stand for.

I missed looking at a lot of the monochrome posts last week...just catching up now!