'Evening Light, Craigellachie'
The River Spey under Craigellachie Bridge, built by the US Engineer Thomas Telford in the early 19th Century. This bridge is now a footbridge, but used to carryroad traffic until the 1970s. The turn at the right hand edge of the bridge here is a sharp right-angle at the base of the cliff which buses used to have to do a 3-point-turn around. The new bridge is just behind us, but this is my favourite. The light is the focal point in this study of evening light around the bridge!
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