Taken on 8th May 2004. The Runcorn-Widnes bridge over the River Mersey is locally known simply as "The Bridge".
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This has a sort of resemblance to my own reflection today, Gerald. I love all the differing shades of grey that you have caputured in this one photograph. Including the sky ... but a cheeky person from Australia WOULD say that, wouldn't they!!
6 Nov 2009 8:41pm
@Julie: would they?
Excellent Gerald.... I have only used this bridge once but did like it... very interesting to drive in the town below.
6 Nov 2009 9:31pm
Love how the bridge structure becomes an integral part of the car window. The reflection seems to be a natural flow between the two and transforming into a mini mural! Fascinating!
6 Nov 2009 10:47pm
This is one powerful image of an imposing bridge. Nice work. It's a keeper for certain.
6 Nov 2009 11:52pm
Excellent capture! Well done with the formation of strong lines.
7 Nov 2009 12:17am
That is a cool shot. I love taking pictures of and from bridges.
7 Nov 2009 1:40am
Did you have to get out of the car?
A very fun reflection.
7 Nov 2009 7:30am
@Therese: No way - just stuck the camera out of the window - don't forget we drive on the left here and I was a back-seat passenger.
Gerald, this is a fantastic one -as was the railway. But wow, that's what I call being stuck!
7 Nov 2009 10:41am
great shot - something to do while waiting to cross.
shame that white van is blocking more of the bridge view!
7 Nov 2009 4:03pm
7 Nov 2009 6:03pm
That's an amazing picture!
8 Nov 2009 2:32pm
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