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The Pontcysyllte aqueduct, near Llangolen, North Wales, is listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List as ‘a pioneering masterpiece of engineering and monumental metal architecture, conceived by the celebrated civil engineer Thomas Telford’. Perhaps that explains how it is that the health and safety nazis haven’t prohibited public access to a body of water with only a narrow lip between it (and users of boats traversing it) and a 126-foot drop down to the floor of the Dee Valley!

Canon Powershot SX100 IS with 10X zoom lens, 6.0-60.mm, 1:2.8-4.3.

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Comments

  • annieannie
    annieannieabout 4 years ago

    ian this has all the right attributes for me
    perspective and i was going to list them but instead a request
    keep this for the next book please
    x annie x

  • Done, Annie.

    – Ian Ker

  • sarnia2
    sarnia2about 4 years ago

  • Hugh Fathers
    Hugh Fathersabout 4 years ago

  • Thanks Hugh.

    – Ian Ker

  • EarthGipsy
    EarthGipsyabout 4 years ago

    WoW! That’s pretty amazing. Nicely captured; instant “fav” for me.

  • Thanks so much for the comment and the fave. Note that I was sitting on the ‘safe’ side of the boat – although, being in the same position, I had been on the ‘over-and-out’ side on the outbound trip!

    – Ian Ker

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