Monday, May 4, 2015
Scotland's Bridge To Nowhere...
if the journey is more important
than the destination.
Biel Water is a small river running through the village of the same name to the south of Scotland's Dunbar. There's more about it here.
Taking photos of this little bridge over sometimes troubled waters is a favourite activity for tourists and locals. It could almost be Richard Bach's Bridge Across Forever...
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A ;sometimes' bridge... nice!ReplyDelete
It's for the Cockle pickers, silly.....JennybeeReplyDelete
This must be fairly new, I spent 6 weeks in the Dunbar area in 2010, a great area and the John Muir museum is well worth a visit.ReplyDelete