Now up to Page 20

I’ve now got to page 19 here’s a pre-view. The River Humber with it’s suspension bridge (Humber Bridge from north east side) spanning the estuary on a very foggy morning in August, 12ᵗʰ to be exact at 10-30am. The River Humber is a large tidal estuary on the East coast of Northern England, It is formed at Trent Falls Faxfleet by the confluence of the tidal River Ouse and the tidal River Trent from here to the North Sea it forms part of the boundary between the East Riding of Yorkshire on the north bank and North Lincolnshire on the south bank, Before the bridge was built a series of paddle steamers operated from the oddly-named Corporation Pier railway station at the Victoria Pier in Hull to the railway pier in New Holland.
NIKON D200 with NIKKOR 18-70 3.5-4.5 G Lens @ 48mm. ⅟₁₆₀ sec @ f11

Views of Humber Bridge

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