Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

For those of you popping in the for the weekly roundup... today's is part of the series began last Tuesday under title 'Menoffagainorrhea [me-noff-again-or-rhea]; the condition of the endless traveller'. This particular set are an immediate follow on from yesterday; Dundee is the focus.

As we left the docks redevelopment, driving over the river, I managed a couple of on-the-move shots. Having crossed the Tay, Mac1 and I stopped for a look back at the road bridge and the harbour. Usually, I save all shipping for Tuesdays over at TAKE blog, but these are not quite up to the grade as they were taken in poor weather, with full stretch of the zoom lens and no monopod for support. Fuzzy. Still fun though.




















































































































Chaffinches, clinging on by a feather in the high wind!

Next, we drove a couple of miles along the South bank to the famous rail bridge. If you biggify the first one you will see the curve...





















...and if you biggify this one you can read about the history - it is quite clear.
























































That's the Edinburgh flyer!!!  To finish today, a different use for 'shipping'.

Tomorrow, we head back over the water...

18 comments:

  1. I like your clever copyright placement as much as your pictures.

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  2. Mum used to cross that bridge, and road one, to Dundee. She luffed the shopping there, the bestest fabric and wool shops anywhere she says
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Hari OM
      There really wasn't time to think about shopping on that visit - maybe another time! Yxx

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  3. I'm fond of ship yards but not the ships or boats, but thats got a lot to do with seasickness.
    Merle............

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  4. Our mom would be so scared to cross that bridge that she would pee her pants! She is chicken like that!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  5. My assistant would not do well on that bridge either. Love the contrast between the beautiful birds and the trains.

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  6. Great ships! And: I like bridges.
    Nice series with the finces and all the technical things.
    Have a good week

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  7. It has been a while since I last saw and visited a shipyard. It sure looks busy there.

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  8. I love every photo but my fave would be that bridge! Amazing capture =)

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  9. Beautiful river ride. Interesting ships along the way.

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  10. Very interesting pictures these are!

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  11. I just love seeing your pictures and reading about your adventures! Have a great week! Teresa from NanaHOod

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  12. Great pics. Loved them.

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  13. Such a pretty bridge! I love the train track.

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  14. It's been a tough week around here. I love visiting you and your photos, though. xx

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