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Crush'd Curiosity

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A Bridge to Nowhere

Far from its more famous neighbours down in London, this simple but beautiful bridge goes about its business with little fame, seeming to only serve a house scattered with dusty flower pots that have long since seen use

Exif Data

CORPORATION

16.0-85.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
Aperture
f/11.0
FocalLength
24
Exposure
1/125
ISO
250
Flash
16
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/125
  • Resolution: 1330334030/927211598
  • Created: 16th January 2016
  • Uploaded: 20th March 2017
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 155
  • Likes: 68



  • Leigh Goessl
    10 months ago
    Revisiting this lovely shot
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      10 months ago
      Thanks for the share Leigh, what made you come back to it out of interest?
      • Leigh Goessl
        10 months ago
        I saw it in related images and it's such a pretty one :). I also like to sometimes bring back older photos so others can see them if they missed them the first time.
        • Crush'd Curiosity
          10 months ago
          Ahh great, yes it's nice to bring back some classics, especially some of the earliest uploads, when there were not many people to view them
  • Tony Jefferies
    1 year ago
    Fantastic. Shared on twitter and shared on the feed.
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Tony, that very kind of you - much appreciated! It's a place quite local to me to I'm very tempted to go for alternatives in different lighting and weather
  • Daniel Mato
    1 year ago
    Beautiful landscape!
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      It's a lovely place for a walk. Thanks for the comment :)
  • Robert Oravec
    1 year ago
    Great shot!
  • Anne Daviau
    1 year ago
    love the light and reflection ... gorgeous work as always :)
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Glad you enjoyed it - perfect day for the shot, I live not far from here and I've not since had the sky and water flow come together so well again
      • Anne Daviau
        1 year ago
        well you certainly got lucky this day ... love this !
        • Crush'd Curiosity
          1 year ago
          Cheers Anne! Guess other agree with you too, this is my first photo to break 100 views in less than a week :)
  • atiephotography
    1 year ago
    So beautiful!

  • 6okolad4e
    1 year ago
    Stunning!
  • colinmair
    1 year ago
    Very nice shot.....
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Thanks Colin, not to bad if I do say so myself ;) Weather and water flow was perfect for getting the reflection that day
  • Olga N
    1 year ago
    Beautiful
  • Marius Radu
    1 year ago
    Nice peaceful scene :-)
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      It really was - I've never had that much luck since with this area
  • Slooky-Kevin Rowan
    1 year ago
    excellent shot!
  • Joanne Collicott McGuigan
    1 year ago
    Picture perfect
  • Ed Bayeng
    1 year ago
    Wonderful!
  • Denise Savage
    1 year ago
    A beautiful bridge with a lovely nowhere to go . . . . Smooth waters . . .
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      I must confess there may be a pub not to far down the road but I did try and go there once with a friend and they wouldn't serve us any real food, despite being open and having tables so it's basically dead to me as a pub and hence the nowhere is preserved ;)
    • wokabu
      1 year ago
      +1
      • wokabu
        1 year ago
        100 points for C'dC! :)
        • Crush'd Curiosity
          1 year ago
          Then I'd better yours must be 200! :)
          • wokabu
            1 year ago
            Oh, no, C'd C ... please, let's not do any comparison, ok?

            True, on CAS we can see different stages of photographic development, both technical and artistically, but I think that's all one can state :-)
      • Crush'd Curiosity
        1 year ago
        Hows the score sheet looking Wolf ;)?
  • Joanne Collicott McGuigan
    1 year ago
    Beautiful composition
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Thanks Joanne, the weather and water flow was about perfect for getting the reflection that day
  • squareandcompass
    1 year ago
    Gorgeous, where is it?
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Hi Phil, it's a bridge between two tiny Oxfordshire villages between Didcot and Oxford city
  • Michael Flick Photography
    1 year ago
    Very beautiful and tranquil. Love the colors.
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Cheers Mike, the local village lives up to it - it's basically just one small street full of thatched houses, a church and post office. Basically the stereotypical village you learn about when doing Geography at school in the UK
  • Elenka Smilenova
    • Seller
    1 year ago
    This house is over the bridge, but the road continues. Between the trees I see a small car. Maysorki photo was taken. I liked it a lot.
  • vision
    1 year ago
    Really like the clarity and color.
  • Phil Buckley
    1 year ago
    Gorgeous capture....do you know the antiquity of the bridge?
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Hi Phil, from what I know I think it was built towards the end of the 19th century as a private toll bridge to connect the thriving villages of Clifton and Little whiteham (they're both tiny but maybe they were once metropolises)
  • CarolDM
    1 year ago
    Does someone live in the house?
    • Crush'd Curiosity
      1 year ago
      Hi Carol, I really don't know - the side of the house by the road has a greenhouse scattered with dusty flower pots. It's not boarded up though so I guess there are some people, very well concealed inside...
      • CarolDM
        1 year ago
        Looks like a great place to live!