Another of the Bridge to Nowhere, on the East Lothian Coast.
The bridge crosses the water and serves as footpath for anyone walking the John Muir Way, but at high tides of 5m plus, it becomes surrounded by the ocean and gives the appearance that it is a bridge to nowhere. Usually Bass Rock can be seen in the distance, but the sea mist was so thick that it couldn't be seen nor could the headland on the right of the picture. As I stood photographing this bridge, several groups of people, emerged from the mist on the sand flats opposite to realise they had mistimed the crossing, they did all eventually make it across or onto the bridge.
I definitely plan to return to this location when hopefully Mother Nature will provide a sky full of definition. but when youve travelled 2 and half hours just to see it, you have to take what Mother Nature decides to give you.
As always Thanks for Looking
Landscape and travel