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Nice looking bridge. (Might have been Robert Adam, though)
Thanks Lesley, according to the sign next to the bridge it was William Adam...
A wonderful old and quaint bridge...so typical of your part of the world. It is beautiful and your capture so nice. I would love to have one like this over here in Virginia.
Juliet..I am enjoying your wanderings very much!
I've got to get to Edinburgh some day.
That is one classy bridge.
Well - of course I thought immediately of Romeo and Juliet AND the Marquess of Queensbury! Perhaps if the Montagues and Capulets had used Marquess of Queensbury Rules, things wouldn't have gone so badly for the kids!Lovely photo - and I enjoyed your previous post photos as well.
It's a beautiful bridge!
So much nicer than the bridges here! And it has a history.
That's a pretty spectacular gift! Incredible details.
How grand! I want a bridge when I get married now, too :-)
Where we live there are no human made objects that old at all! About 160 years old is it, and that is not much!
Bridging the gap is a fine way to start off connecting between families ;) Looks like another lovely spot.
Beautiful old bridge!
I like the way you've hot the bride through the brush.
What I like about the UK is that there is always a piece of history connected with any building and place we come across.
That's a great bridge. I love old bridges.
Just beautiful. Such a special place where you live.
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