Photo-a-Day (Thursday, 9th July, 2020)
Photo: Dave (Oy) (Fuji X-T4 : 16-55mm F/2.8 )
Nice one Dave, never realised that till you snapshot that good pic I've cycled under there for years.
Because we see mostly colour in PAD, a monochrome image looks stunning. Great photo Dave.
Gathurst is a lovely area, but your black & white photo makes look like lower ince.
I can see the old rusty bracket, that nobody I speak to knows why it there ,is still in place on the left side of railway bridge stone work
B/W is really good when it's done right, this one is perfect in every way. Here all transport modes could be seen a plane, railway, boat , road and bike.
Mick that is a really offensive comment to the people of Ince.
I think you should apologise. Why spoil Dave's great photo, you wouldn't like it. I know many good people from Ince.
Great photo. Knew it was an' Oy ' before I scrolled down. Ridden past here a few times
Perhaps the horse had gone this way, as well, Garry.
Can't make it out Mick - perhaps it's a Flush Bracket.
Mick's at it again.
Dave, your a master and we are very lucky to see your great work on p-a-d.
Is that all you can say Mick of this lovely photo.....there's a rusty bracket and nobody knows about it! , give me strength man, how boring is that comment, it's really negative.
Many thanks beautiful photo Dave.
Great photo, despite what negative Mick thinks.
Yip Philip I missed the horse, I need a sherry.
Thanks Garry. And don't forget to book next May's 'holiday in Jerez' - I believe the place comes alive with the sound of hooves and guzzled sherry.
I think you forget I have many friends and relations who live in lower ince who will agree with me
They must be as daft as you then Mick.
Mick, cast-iron can rust, so I'm holding on to the possibility that your rusty bracket is a Flush Bracket. Looks like a climbing job.
Phil the bracket is very ornate and looks as if its had a something on at one time
Mick, It's sounding more and more like a Flush Bracket - a Bench Mark, if you like.
Ive just had a thought that it could have held a bell and rope and when a barge was passing it they could have give it a pull, so as the alert the lock man that they was just around the corner