Sligachan Old Bridge
Sligachan Old Bridge - Storm Clouds over the Cuillin Mountains with the Sligachan old bridge spanning the Sligachan river.
The old bridge has three arches in order to span the river which can carry a great deal of water flowing from the Cuillin mountains into the sea at Loch Sligachan.
It probably dates from the 1820s when Thomas Telford was designing many buildings and other structures in the Highlands and it may well have replaced an older wooden one, or more likely a natural ford.
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|Location||Sligachan Old Bridge|
|How to get here||See Map|
|GPS position||57°17'24.4"N 6°10'22.6"W|
|Google Maps||7RRG+2R Sligachan, Isle of Skye|
|Where to park||Old bridge car-park close by|
|What to shoot||River bridge and The Cuillin Mountains|
|When to shoot||Sunrise or sunset|
|Camera||Canon 1Ds III|
|Lens||Canon EF 24-105mm f4 IS USM @ 35mm|
|Shutter Speed||1/8 sec|
|Tripod||Manfrotto 190 Carbon Fibre 4 Section Tripod|
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