Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Cenarth


Wales - We visited a pretty place called Cenarth, a few miles upriver from where we were staying. The Teifi river flows over falls, where in the autumn salmon and sea trout leap on their way upstream to their spawning grounds. It has an unusual bridge, built in 1787, that has round holes in its structure to reduce its weight without losing strength. 





3 comments:

  1. The bridge is very unusual. I love the look of that first shot.

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  2. What an unusual bridge. Must have been a Wowee! moment when you came across it.

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