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Sunday, 1 April 2012

Monochrome Moment: Canal Bridge

April starts with another "Monochrome Moment", fitting in with the April theme day of "Cobblestones".

The bridge carries the towpath over the canal junction at Portland Basin in Ashton and can be seen from a different angle (and in colour)in this post which appeared a couple of weeks ago.

You could almost imagine that this was an archive photo taken a hundred years ago, but the modern apartments give the game away!

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"Canal Bridge" is my contribution to this month's City Daily Photo Theme Day of "Cobblestones". Please check out the other blogs taking part. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants. (Also check this temporary link set up while CDP website was down.)

"Canal Bridge" is also my contribution to "Monochrome Weekend". Please follow the link to visit other sites taking part.


  1. I love it- the monochrome works well and adds to the history of it all.

    Chrissy at Mancunian Wave photo blog

  2. Love the stone work! Nice shot!

  3. The narrow bridge is so much mor appealing than the apartment blocks on the RHS on t'other side of the bridge. Cobbled ways like this are very appealing to the eye, probably moreso than to the feet!

    Thank you so much for participating in this alternative Theme Day. Your participation is much appreciated.

  4. Nice black and white photo.

    Regards and best wishes

  5. That's a lovely old bridge. Very attractive.


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