I recently visited Knaresborough, in North Yorkshire. This is the bridge which delivers trains safely over the river Nidd! The bridge stands high over this town houses and is a real feature of this Yorkshire village. The town has hosted a number of well know names, recognised both locally and internationally. Mother Shipton, was a medieval seer, John Metcalf, Philip Inman,
Guy Fawkes once lived in Scotton, near Knaresborough.
Richard II was imprisoned in the town.
Robert Aagaard, a Knaresborough manufacturer, founded the youth movement Cathedral Camps. The four knights accused of murdering murder Thomas Becket. This imposing structure is a particular draw of tourists to the town. I love watching steam trains go over the bridge. A beautiful sight.
This is an HDR photo using 3 bracketed shots.
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark ll
28-300mm IS zoom lens
1/6, 1/20, 1/25
HDR image composed using Photomatix Pro for Mac OSX