After a day of rain- we had a lovely soft Sunset-and took this of the long narrow bridge over the Stour in the Village at the White Mill- can just see the ducks paddling home for the night lol!
Taken with a Fuji S2000HD Compact Camera- Cropped in the free download of Photo Dynamic-hdr
Sold 1 x Mounted Print to unknown buyer-Aug 2010
Featured in the group ‘Totally Amateur Photography’ – October 2010
Featured in group Oct 2013
There are documentary references to the building of “A Bridge on the River Stour adjacent to the White Mill” in the year 1175. Although the bridge we see today is probably a sixteenth century structure (somewhat hacked around by the Victorians) we know, from an investigation of the foundations a few years ago, that it stands on timber pilings which have themselves been carbon dated to the twelfth century. This is alleged to be the oldest bridge site in Dorset.