I see you are still on London.I thought you went home to Norway about the time the volcanoe erupted as you said you were stranded at the airport at one time.THis is such lovely eveing or late afternoon shot.The sun shines on the bridge so perfectly Amelia
I did eventually get back to Norway a week late, David, after the ash from Eyjafjallajökull had subsided; but we came back to the UK to celebrate the 60th birthday of Adrian's brother. I shall be back in Norway this coming Tuesday.
Thank you for your lovely compliment. It is possible to walk over this rail bridge, and when I visit one of my daughters who lives nearby, I always take a walk down to the Thames :)))
Hi Billy, it follows me everywhere!
At the end of the day - after looking after James - I was happy to have a quiet walk along the Thames :))
Fantastic reflections Amelia!
Un abrazo! Toni.
A very good shot, Amelia, by this warm evening light ... well done indeed, rgds from Prague, Zbynda
Hello Amelia, Panoramio is now working for me.
Please dont think I am being pedantic but this bridge is actually Fulham Railway Bridge.
Although very few people refer to it as that.
Good morning Toni, Zbynda and John, many thanks for your kind compliments. This bridge catches very nice evening light. It is very busy - with trains crossing frequently.
What do the locals call it John?
Warm wishes, Amelia
Amelia, as a child (many years ago) everybody I know called it "The Iron Bridge".
We have an iron bridge in Shropshire as well - quite a famous one! I find this one very attractive :)
I am looking at the weather and wondering what to take to Putney today, as well as the camera of course :)
I have changed the title on your advice John :))
Any old iron ~ I'd better scrap my copy then :))
Oh dear - have I pipped you to the post?
Cordially yours, Steptoe and Son
You are more than welcome ~ pip pip :) x
Wonder if we could flog this one to America too :))
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