Today’s a mainly visual post celebrating bridges. Here’s our Joe forging forward – with ever-present stick in hand. He’s busily counting off the bridge numbers, and seeking places to hide to ‘Boo!’ his mum, through the bridge hole at Cropredy Mill Bridge (154)
Detail of Caves Bridge (157)
Again Caves Bridge, when viewed from the other side… the mosses and lichens are vivid even on a dull April afternoon.
A boat approaches Slat Mill Bridge (156); a canoeist sensibly waits until the boat passes before continuing through the bridge hole.
Brick Heaven! A view from the foot of Hardwick Lock showing Hardwick Bridge (160)

“Sometimes, if you stand on the bottom rail of a bridge and lean over to watch the river slipping slowly away beneath you, you will suddenly know everything there is to be known.”

Winnie the Pooh


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