- 6 June, 2012
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I Like Big Buildings And I Cannot Lie
As well as finding gorgeous British landscapes and beauty spots, I am also a massive fan of architecture. Thankfully, in Britain, you are not short of incredible and awe-inspiring architecture to shoot. Britain is chock-full of amazing buildings, from ancient and crumbling (yet still preserved) monasteries to modern masterpieces. It’s one of the things I love about this country.
Though not really a building, I’ve always loved these train bridges that cross the River Ribble on the outskirts of Preston. The giant pillars sit firm and proud in the current of the Ribble; there’s something incredibly industrial about them, perhaps a by-product of Preston’s more industrial and prosperous days.
This was shot on a gorgeous early April weekend when I went a on a little photowalk around the outskirts of Preston with my friend Angela. She has awesome hair. I have an awesome Beard. We make a good team.
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