The iron bridge ! (Summer bridges trees vehicles ). Photo by lysander
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The iron bridge !

Uploaded by: lysander

Saturday June 29, 2013

Ilkley, United Kingdom

Caption: Over the river Wharfe at Ilkley. W.Yorks. Very difficult to get a good shot of this, had a choice of standing at one end and getting run over or alternatively of falling in the river:-)

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5. lysander
10:11 PM GMT on July 06, 2013
Thanks "mis53051" for your comments---Yes it does seem that we all do some crazy things to take that one special shot that we are hoping for . Doesn't always turn out that way but hey it makes us happy :-)
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4. mls53051
11:06 PM GMT on June 30, 2013
nice shot! guess sometimes photography is for the strong at heart or at least the clever (else the very lucky). reminds me of holding the rod for a surveyor when I was a on the bottom rungs of my career.
the greenery is a nice offset to the iron and invokes a rural nature.
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3. mls53051
11:06 PM GMT on June 30, 2013
nice shot! guess sometimes photography is for the strong at heart or at least the clever (else the very lucky). reminds me of holding the rod for a surveyor when I was a on the bottom rungs of my career.
the greenery is a nice offset to the iron and invokes a rural nature.
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2. mls53051
11:06 PM GMT on June 30, 2013
nice shot! guess sometimes photography is for the strong at heart or at least the clever (else the very lucky). reminds me of holding the rod for a surveyor when I was a on the bottom rungs of my career.
the greenery is a nice offset to the iron and invokes a rural nature.
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1. mls53051
11:06 PM GMT on June 30, 2013
nice shot! guess sometimes photography is for the strong at heart or at least the clever (else the very lucky). reminds me of holding the rod for a surveyor when I was a on the bottom rungs of my career.
the greenery is a nice offset to the iron and invokes a rural nature.
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