Bigsweir Bridge

Saturday the 31st of August. The last day of August already! Where does it all go! The weather steadily improved during the day and come early evening there was some pretty good light. Trying to take advantage of it I grabbed my camera and headed to Bigsweir Bridge, Llandogo, Monmouthshire, Wales. Built in 1827 its 50m single span is a quite picturesque location. The bridge crosses the Wye and joins the Welsh and English side. The Bridge is often best photographed early in the morning from the Welsh side. As I can’t haul my fat lazy but out of bed at Satanic times of the morning I am left to catch what light I can. On this particular day I was on the English South side. Here are my meagre and humble offerings.

Equipment used

Fujifilm Finepix S5 Pro, Sigma 17-70mm. Yes I know its seven or eight years old, it’s all I can afford.

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