At the turn of the tide

theinfillclicks - a fascination for the underside of bridges

1930s concrete bridge over Tweed – indulging a fascination with the underside of bridges

Other, more right-minded beings were going about their business at the turn of the tide on the famous salmon river – such as the ever patient seal and the fisherman mending the net.  The bridges over the Tweed in Berwick always look as though they’ve just stepped from an old, old postcard.

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