Reflections at Sunderland Bridge

Reflections at Sunderland Bridge

New Years Eve 2014

Landscape Photography

Reflections at Sunderland Bridge

Sunderland Bridge a Grade I listed medieval building that spans the River Wear at Croxdale in Durham.

This view is looking due east and down stream on the Wear. The sun behind and hiding in some low cloud appearing a dull day to say goodbye to 2014. Up stream from the weir on the other side of the bridge was quite different, like a mill-pond, almost like a mirror.

I took these pictures as was happy to have the reflections. The trees contorting mysteriously. The viaduct (Croxdale Viaduct) was a waiting game, hoping to capture a north or southbound train with the lights on in the failing light, and more so to capture the reflection upon the water.

My poor dad was look out for me, we waited for almost three-quarters of an hour to get a meaningful shot.

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