'Craigmin Bridge', watercolour, 39 x 27 cm.
This lovely old 16th Century bridge spans the Burn of Letterfourie just about a mile south-east of Buckie in Moray, northern Scotland. It was built to carry carriages across the burn to the stately home of Letterfourie House a few hundred yards away. The most fascinating feature is that the central part of the bridge contains a cell, which is accessible from either of the large upper arches within the bridge - although I wouldn't recommend it as there are no railings and it's a long way down!
The bridge is reached via a mile-long path from Drybridge and is in a currently very overgrown gorge - I've 'removed' some of the undergrowth (and a few trees) here to see the bridge better, but I hope I've kept the lush green character of the gorge which is dominated by ferns. mosses and reeds.
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