Bridges #5

I hadn’t been intending to post my Queensferry bridges photos again, because they were so recent, but on Monday I noticed that some of my July post photos had disappeared from my blog. I was just checking my past blog thumbnails to see which photos I’d already used and I spotted that, for three or four of my ‘Until I go’ posts 1-6, there were error thumbnails instead of small images. When I clicked on each errored post link, there was merely a link to (some of) the photo metadata. At least that enabled me to replace a link with some of the original images – though not all, and some of the text seems to have disappeared completely. I’ll have to query this with WordPress support.

Just in case anyone has been trying to view those posts unsuccessfully, I’ll repost all the bridge photos here over the next few days. For anyone else, please bear with me. I hope that you won’t mind seeing them again so soon.

For today, I’ll show you some photos of the Forth Railway Bridge that I took during the first of my two days in Scotland. The image above is from near the Hawes Jetty.

This shot is from the opposite bank of the river – Queensferry North.

I went on a three-hour day cruise while I was there. It passed under all three of the Queensferry bridges. I caught this image as the boat went beneath the Railway bridge.

I took this photo from the Forth Road Bridge walking from Queensferry North to Queensferry South.

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The main photo of the day was this one – the first of my stay in Queensferry – from the South bank of the river, but on the opposite side of the bridge. Tomorrow, I’ll post my sunset shots of this bridge.

I took this shot using my Pentax KP 16 MP cropped sensor camera with a Pentax 16-85 mm f/2.8 lens.

EXIF data: 1/50 secs @ f/8 and 16 mm. ISO 100.

Author: writingandphotography0531

I am a retired local government officer. At that time, I was an IT manager and had associated responsibilities for training. I have previously been involved, in various organisations, with aspects of industrial training and management development. My hobby is photography and, until recently, hillwalking in Snowdonia. I have just written my first novel, Persephone and the Photographer, published as a Kindle eBook.

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