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Kedleston Bridge 5 of 5

And so for the final image in this series featuring the bridge in the parkland at Kedleston Hall, a National Trust property near Derby I have taken a shot looking through the left hand arch at the parkland beyond.

Next week I will show some more shots taken of the hall and buildings on the estate.

Have a good weekend everybody, I am posting tomorrow if you get the opportunity to look in, another image taken at the 40's festival, and on Sunday another "candid" taken in the East Midlands.

Kedleston Bridge 5 of 5

And so for the final image in this series featuring the bridge in the parkland at Kedleston Hall, a National Trust property near Derby I have taken a shot looking through the left hand arch at the parkland beyond.

Next week I will show some more shots taken of the hall and buildings on the estate.

Have a good weekend everybody, I am posting tomorrow if you get the opportunity to look in, another image taken at the 40's festival, and on Sunday another "candid" taken in the East Midlands.

comments (15)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 26 Jun 2009, 01:55
This is nice, Brian, but yesterday's is my favourite of the series.

I wonder if the weir post-dates the bridge?

I wonder at the unsubtle effort to prevent folks from standing on the weir...can this be an attempt to minimise law-suits involving folks damaging themselves?
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray, I suspect the weir was there and was made to look like this when the park was landscaped.
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 26 Jun 2009, 02:11
Yesterday's is my favorite, too, Brian, but this is still delightful...like looking through a large keyhole.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Ginnie.
nice imagery. The looking through effect is always pleasant.
I am working on my Cambodia Series and you'll see this a lot
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: The arch produced a natural frame Rob, I look forward to seeing what you have taken in Cambodia.
I'm not disappointed, Brian. I like the view through that you've got here, along with the water, the weir, the wildflowers and the wheel echoing the shape of the bridge.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Sheila.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 26 Jun 2009, 07:26
Love the stonework Brian, thats real craftsmanship
Brian Walbey: It is a lovely bridge altogether Tony, lovely coloured stoen.
  • graham pickett
  • SUNNY ~~SOUTHSEA~~~ENGLAND
  • 26 Jun 2009, 07:31
I bet you are pleased with the result Brian? This is a beautiful capture,thanks for sharing this delightful well constructed series.Looks like you had a great day weather wise for this shoot.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Graham, we had a lovely days weather and I took 100+ shots altogether.
A fine shot to end this series Brian...have a good weekend sir!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill, have a good weekend yourself.
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 26 Jun 2009, 09:03
This has been a good series Brian, we are now up close and personalsmile
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Tracy, oh and would you care to rephrase that second comment smile
We are drawing in ever closer. Good series.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Chad.
Not too much water across the weir, I see. Hopefully, the barrier is to keep the sheep from having a sheep dip! I'm loking forward to your interior views (I'm surprised that you were allowed) as it was closed on the day of my visit 2 weeks ago.
Brian Walbey: Sadly my pictures next week are not inside the hall Alan as we didn't have time to do that but hopefully you will still enjoy what you see. Next time we will do the inside.
A nice close view, but yesterday's one is definitely my favourite Brian!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Richard.
  • Aussie
  • Cedar Vale
  • 26 Jun 2009, 15:22
Lovely series Brian. I'm with the rest yesterday's image is my favourite.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Aussie.
Looks like a nice spot for a picnic. Nice one Brian
Brian Walbey: It is a nice spot Janet, acres of luxurious parkland.
A very pleasing shot Brian...and a lot to see in it.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Ron.
This looks like such a pretty place Brian. I love the way the water trickles down
Brian Walbey: It is a lovely place Pamela, one could sit and ponder, on a nice day of course.

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