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A splendid bridge literally in the middle of nowhere. It used to be under some long disused railway lines serving one of the many now defunct mines in Lancashire. The colours looked very inviting in the morning sun last week, so I had to take a photo, and not change it to black and white for once...
Panasonic G9 and the ever reliable !4mm f2.5 Lumix. Great little lens and so small its easy to keep in a pocket.

micritter, Berny, Dutt Changgle, Peter Castell and 4 other people have particularly liked this photo


11 comments - The latest ones
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Well spotted and captured.
15 months ago.
Richard Nuttall
has replied to Jaap van 't Veen club
Thanks Jaap
14 months ago.
 Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell club
It’s like coming across a bit of a lost city in the ferry jungle.
15 months ago.
Richard Nuttall
has replied to Steve Bucknell club
Exactly right there's nothing about for a mile in all directions. However it was a huge mining complex up to about 1930 or so so odd bizarre remains like this can still be found
14 months ago.
Steve Bucknell club
has replied to Richard Nuttall
What the hell is a “ ferry jungle”? I meant FERNY.....No, wait, doesn’t Klaus Kinski in Fitzcarraldo haul a ferry through the jungle?
14 months ago.
Richard Nuttall
has replied to Steve Bucknell club
He does indeed I assumed that was exactly what you meant... Ha!
14 months ago.
 tiabunna
tiabunna club
A great little bridge. We're currently watching a BBC series on some of the old railway lines there.
15 months ago.
Richard Nuttall
has replied to tiabunna club
Cheers Goerge -the whole area was absolutely criss crossed with railways, getting rid of most of them has turned out to be a serious mistake in many ways
14 months ago.
 Peter Castell
Peter Castell club
Lovely against the lush ferns
15 months ago.
Richard Nuttall
has replied to Peter Castell club
Thanks it does bring the colour out!
14 months ago.
 Richard Nuttall
Richard Nuttall
Though initially I was confused thinking it was from Aguirre Wrath of God, which is also Herzog Kinski I think and dies involve a raft and a load of monkeys if I remember correctly.
14 months ago.

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