A Pedestrian Bridge for Pedestrian Times This ancient Packhorse bridge at Wasdale Head, Cumbria, UK, dates back at least 200 years but may be older as there has been a church established here (St Olaf’s) since Saxon times. It is a pedestrian bridge from more pedestrian times, used by smugglers as well as farmers moving … Continue reading WordPress Photo Challenge: Pedestrian
The Bridge: Small and frightening! I have stood on many bridges around the world, brick, metal, glass, in cities, national parks, road, railway and rivers. But until I stood on this bridge in the Nepal Himalaya I had never felt so insignificant as a human being. The volume and roar of the water, the size … Continue reading Photo Challenge: Bridge-small and frightening!