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.

Pont du Gard, evening light

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  1. 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.

  2. Blimey! That was brave! Thank goodness I’m not allowed to rise to this particular challenge.

  3. Jackie

    I’ve been there on a very rainy day!

  4. That’s so gorgeous, Sue. 🙂

  5. I saw this many, many years ago. Still impressive. The Romans certainly knew how to build!


  6. It is a striking construction indeed. Nice shot of it, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. Oh … so many wonderful memories of mine attached to that aqueduct. Thanks for sharing! And the colours in your photograph are gorgeous.

    • Sue

      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!

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