Tuesday, 24 November 2009
The Alexandra bridge in Sunderland once carried a railway line on its top deck in addition to the road below. The railway has long gone, but this stub of masonry, a set of arches in red sandstone, stands isolated and out of use as a reminder of its former function. I see this view every day as I cycle to work, and, on occasion, the low sun picks out the detail very nicely.
This is a savage crop from a portrait format shot. I know that there is an attractive image there somewhere, but it's playing hard to get!
Canon 20D - Zeiss Flektogon 35mm lens.