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Monk's Bridge

By robs    
This is a revisit to Monk's Bridge on Cold Fell in West Cumbria. Last time I photographed it from the other "easy" access side (which just involves scrambling down a steep, grassy slope before dropping onto a rock ledge). This one involves a bit more scrambling and climbing... ideal when there is a deep, fast flowing river to fall into!..Monk's Bridge is thought to be the oldest packhorse bridge in Cumbria and was built for the monks in the nearby Savignian (and then Cicstercian) monastry of Calder Abbey which existed from 1135-1536.

Tags: Lake district Cumbria Bridge Ancient National park Packhorse Landscape and travel Cold Fell Monks Bridge

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28 Jul 2015 4:41PM
This looks like the bridge into fairyland

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luckybry 9 3 Scotland
28 Jul 2015 4:53PM
this is like a watercolor realy nice image
28 Jul 2015 5:32PM
Gorgeous image and colours .... maybe a little bit of texture in the water would enhance further, but it's a super pic, I love it, Eileen
terryxc 7 7 England
28 Jul 2015 8:33PM
Beautiful image...

Terry.

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