Underneath the arches

By mrswoolybill
From a very enjoyable walk along the Gateshead Quayside, starting at Dunston and heading eastward.
This was photographed from the road, getting low down and pointing the camera through railings.
Thanks for looking,
Moira

Tags: Reflection Reflections Architecture Bridges Tyneside Landscape and travel

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Comments


bliba Plus
17 1 2 Austria
19 Dec 2019 7:49AM
very well composed
19 Dec 2019 7:55AM
An inspirational view point, Moira.

John Smile
Jasper87 Plus
13 3.2k 162 England
19 Dec 2019 8:00AM
Wow, this one almost looks like the right way up!! TongueGrinGrin
19 Dec 2019 8:25AM
More bridges than you can shake a stick at.
There must be at least seven including the concrete ones.

Anyway, this is quietly satisfying. Not a pixel out of place.
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2575 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2019 8:30AM

Quote:More bridges than you can shake a stick at.
There must be at least seven including the concrete ones.


I'm seeing six here - we are east of the Scotswood, so we have the Redheugh (concrete pillar on the left), King Edward, Metro, High Level, Swing and Tyne. The Blinking Eye is out of sight, I couldn't get an angle to include it as well.
Anyway, 'quietly satisfying' is what I aim for. There's quite enough deliberately concocted drama in the world.
Thanks guys and good morning.
cats_123 Plus
18 5.1k 31 Northern Ireland
19 Dec 2019 8:48AM
A shot well seen😁😁
leo_nid 5 12
19 Dec 2019 9:08AM
just imagine it: there are no bridges on the Amazon River..
franken Plus
20 5.6k 4 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2019 9:10AM
Well composed, Moira and very nice.
mistere Plus
9 23 7 England
19 Dec 2019 9:29AM
With so many bridges there must be a lot of people who think the grass is greener (or even exists) on the other side.
Beautifully composed and captured Moira. A black bag image ? SmileSmile

Dave.
mac Plus
21 14 Scotland
19 Dec 2019 10:30AM
A brain-teaser trying to work out how many bridges you included in your image. I see now you have given us a list. To quote a well-used phrase "a well filled frame" along with nice tones.
Ian
saltireblue Plus
12 13.5k 83 Norway
19 Dec 2019 11:02AM
The Tyne must be a very troubled water(way) with so many bridges over it. Or is it that Geordies are just lazy and the thought of having to walk an extra 200 yards along the riverbank in order to cross was just too awful?🤔
viscostatic 16 50 11 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2019 11:04AM
An excellent composition with beautiful reflections.

Phil.
dark_lord Plus
18 3.0k 836 England
19 Dec 2019 11:34AM
I'm tring to work out if it's the right wy up Wink
TrevBatWCC Plus
14 13 19 England
19 Dec 2019 11:41AM
When I was there a few years back (10 years, to be exact - can't believe it's so long!) on a Camera Club outing, I thought of just how many bridges there were in that area crossing the Tyne.
A great viewpoint and well-framed image, Moira 👍
Trev 😀
danbrann 18 640 17
19 Dec 2019 12:08PM
Shows them very well indeed Moira and a particularly good viewpoint which isn't used very often.
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2575 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2019 12:11PM
Thanks again folks. This is I think the only bridges shot in the series that hasn't ben flipped!
The bridges serve various users - ordinary road traffic, buses, metro, various railway routes. If just on is closed (usually the Redheugh in gale conditions) we just about notice the difference!
Saastad 3 16 17 Norway
19 Dec 2019 3:14PM
I like this a lot, great photo!!!
Wish you and your family a lovely Christmas time!!!

Arne Smile
19 Dec 2019 11:00PM
Love the framing effect of the bridges - cracking image Moira! SmileSmileSmile
dales Plus
7 13 Australia
20 Dec 2019 9:23AM
Superb composition Moira
Ian

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