An old one for this….probably my favourite bridge, strictly speaking an aqueduct – the Pont du Gard near Remoulins in Provence, a truly majestic site. This image, taken in the evening light, was scanned from a transparency taken in 1989
It towers 200 feet above the river Rhône….and I crawled across the top, to say I had done it. Now you aren’t allowed on the top.
Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here
Oh yes, a true beauty, Sue. Glad you got over it while still allowed. If it required crawling, then I’m sure I wouldn’t have managed it.
Oh, there are no railings, just a sheer drop….and not very wide at the top.
Blimey! That was brave! Thank goodness I’m not allowed to rise to this particular challenge.
Well, when one is young!
I’ve been there on a very rainy day!
That’s so gorgeous, Sue. 🙂
It was a particularly stunning sight at that time of day
I saw this many, many years ago. Still impressive. The Romans certainly knew how to build!
Indeed they did!
It is a striking construction indeed. Nice shot of it, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
I shall never forget my first sighting of it, a year or three before
it looks majestic!
Majestic is the word, Iola!
Oh … so many wonderful memories of mine attached to that aqueduct. Thanks for sharing! And the colours in your photograph are gorgeous.
Oh, so pleased to have brought back good memories, Elke! The evening light was stunning, I still recall taking that image more than three decades ago!