Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge…

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Watendlath Beck below the Ashness Fells, Cumbria…..

Pause a moment to contemplate the bubbling waters..

A bridge may well be a means of crossing from one side to another…be it a road, gorge, river or as in this case a mountain stream high in the Lake District….but I have always found a bridge the ideal place to stop and examine the surrounds from different perspective…a change of viewpoint. Pause and spend a moment or two above these bubbling waters its good for the sole.

   Just a suggestion for this weeks Cees Which Way Photo Challenge.

See what others have suggested on :- https://ceenphotography.com/2017/02/24/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-february-24-2017/

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25th February                                                                             David Oakes

(C) David Oakes 2017

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge…

  1. I like bridges. Some seem to have real character. Bridges were the idea behing our former government and their result was similar as in Britain: poor people got poorer. And bridges appear on our EURO banknotes as well. Even with these two negative uses of bridges I still love them. As bridges do have a good side too. Not just in the real world but as a meaning as well. And the last bridge is our crossing into the after live. 🙂

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