This is what caught my eye(s) too Mira. They seemed almost like a row of moons. Did you notice the grey sheep? ;>
It was pretty frozen Mira, but they also had big hay bales as well to keep them going. It was much colder on the top. :)
Hello Billy, I love it when you and Mira agree. :)
Great comment as always, I've just had to check that there has been no subtle changes, since I started this reply. :)
Of course my love of interesting geometry draws me to this one, Amelia. Good observation and a beautiful photo! Marilyn
Thank you for this Marilyn. I have to admit that I'm finding geometric shots difficult to see on the correct level/tilt, but I was happy with this one! :)
I am truly honoured Andrea. Thank you for this wonderful comment. :)
Great idea and brill photo Amelia
I can see from the map that one is an aquaduct and the other carries traffic.
The Northerly end of the canal terminates in a large pool so I am assuming that there is a tunnel from here!
Very interesting, I had never heard of this structure but I will have a look on the net for its history. Thanks for the link Amelia ;>)
If you have a look at this link you'll see the tunnel entrance etc, Jim*. The viaduct carries a rail link. It is well worth a visit if you are antwhere near here. It's a Thomas Telford construction, and the tunnel is approximately 421 meters long.
Hi Amelia, very beautiful viaduct and of course a very beautiful picture with great lighning and shadows!!!
Greetings from Germany, Uli
Thanks for your visit and great comment Uli. ;-)
Have you got any more of these interesting structures Uli? They are remarkable feats of engineering.
Greetings to Germany from the UK, Amelia
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