This week Cee’s Black and White Foto Challenge was to take a new photo and it just so coincided with two firsts for me this week. After years and years of traveling to the coast near me we have often gone over a bridge where you can see the sea with the tide in and out. I have very rarely seen boats on the water and have never, ever seen (well that I can remember) the bridge open to let boats through so from approximately 10 cars back and on a phone camera (why did I not have my bridge camera for the bridge I will ask myself a thousand times) I managed to capture the two images below of the tide out and the bridge up!
My favourite bridge in my home town is no longer accessible to me as the great gates designed to stop motorbikes also prevent wheelchairs and mobility scooters from accessing the area. It is a bridge that as a child I played in/under and swam in even playing poo sticks over top. I have trawled through my photos to try and find one alas to no avail instead my entry this week for Bridges is this little beauty at Fairhaven, they have done so much over the past few years to make the wildlife park and gardens accessible to all and have created some lovely walkways that are wide enough for mobility scooters (they have even raised money to purchase their own that you can pre book so you do not have to take your own) and also pushchairs meaning families and generations can enjoy the fun
I also am sneaking in this beauty, it is also at Fairhaven but it is on the side of the house and not accessible to the public, it looks like you would get some wonderful views from it!