Sunday, 28 December 2014

Humber Bridge

Humber Bridge
December 2014

We spent a very subdued Christmas in Hull this year.

Sadly John, my Father in law, died on the 20th December and there were reminders of him at every turn as the family gathered and offered each other what support they could.

After several days of grey Sunday 28th dawned clear and bright so I took myself off to the foreshore beneath the Humber Bridge, the longest span in the world when built in 1981.



With a low winter sun hovering low over Lincolnshire there there was some excellent light for one of my favourite subjects.









4 comments:

NB Holderness said...

Hi There, sorry you have been to Hull on such sad business and my condolences. Your photos of the bridge are superb and I am pleased to see that our weather was good for you. The Humber Bridge is still the longest single span suspension bridge that you can walk and cycle on. Maybe clutching at straws but still something to be celebrated. All the best for the New Year and hopefully we will meet in 2015. Cheers for now, Tony and Helen. NB Holderness

seadog said...

Very sorry to hear of your loss Condolences to your family. Especialy sad at Christmas. Chris and Marilyn.Nebulae.

Andrew Tidy said...

Thank you Tony and Chris.

Halfie said...

Just catching up ... very sorry to hear about Helen's dad. Please send her our condolences.