Wednesday, 22 July 2009

Dunkeld Bridge

The bridge over the Tay at Dunkeld was designed by Thomas Telford and erected in 1809.

There was a male Common Merganser (Mergus merganser) beneath the bridge when we were there in May.

And the Mayflies were swarming in huge numbers. The original of this photo - i.e. at 2592 x 1944 pixels - shows hundreds and hundreds of them.



  1. I remember when you posted the shot with the Mayflies. It was amazing. The last shot in this post looks so tranquil.

  2. CJ:
    These are WONDERFUL photos!!!
    How amazing to be in the presence of such structures...and nature.

  3. These are remarkable photos. I see Jo sitting on the beach up there at the top, under your header. I do hope that she's able to rest while she's there...enjoy the beach and breathe in contentment before you both return to every day life :)

  4. What a beautiful bridge, not to mention the surrounding area.


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