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Sunday, 25 July 2010

Sunday Bridges - Southwark Bridge

Southwark Bridge has the longest iron span ever made 240 ft (73 mtrs).

Also gets a mention in a couple of Charles Dickens books, Little Dorrit and Our Mutual Friend.

Courtesy of host Louis La Vache visit other Sunday Bridges.

19 comments:

Limar said...

A beautiful bridge. Love how you've captured the sun shining through :)

Francisca said...

I like the photo, especially that twinkle of the setting sun, and the history. But what is an iron span?

cieldequimper said...

A star is born. Lovely!

Indrani said...

Beautiful capture, great timing. :)

lewi14 said...

It's a successful shot.

Anna Sergi said...

I see it every single day...it's beautifully green! :)

Kaori said...

Whoa, famous bridge! I love that light shining from between the bridge :D

Tinsie said...

Nice shot! I like the way the sun shines through the railings.

joo said...

I love London's bridges and your photo is pretty:)

Rolf said...

It is so quiet and not a human anywhere. It must be dawn

H said...

Beautiful photograph! The light is amazing :)

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Like others, I like the "starlight." And I like the silhouette of the lamps. Love the Southwark side of the Thames.

Luna Miranda said...

i love your silhouette shot. truly beautiful.

Anonymous said...

BEAUTIFUL PHOTO CIAO ELISABETTA

Angie said...

Great shot, Mo. Iron work by the Rennie family.

Elisa said...

I love it!
Bravo!
Best regards from Argentina
Elisa

Witness said...

wat a serene shot!

Ryan said...

There's something majical about a sunset over water and the bridge is just the icing on the cake.

Louis la Vache said...

Neat capture of the light creating the star.
;-D
«Louis» apologizes that he was unable to leave a comment yesterday, so he gives his belated thanks for once again joining Sunday Bridges. He values and appreciates your participation.

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