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Having challenged myself to photograph
this huge structure in a 'different' manner
to my previous attempt, I found myself
under the largest concrete span of the
bridge and up to my ankles in mud. When
built in 1982, the bridge that carries the
A1214 over the River Orwell at Ipswich
had the longest pre-stressed concrete
span in use anywhere. I don't find it a
particularly beautiful bridge, but it's a
distinctive landmark in a county that otherwise lacks grand architecture.
Suffolk also has no motorways, the A12 to Lowestoft and the A14 from Felixstowe to
the Midlands being our only major roads. But thankfully, and largely because of the
Orwell Bridge, the freight traffic from Felixstowe to London is not going to get a Suffolk
motorway to thunder down any time soon. Besides, a lot of it goes by rail, past our
house...all through the night....
Having challenged myself to photograph this huge structure in a 'different' manner to
my previous attempt, I found myself under the largest concrete span of the bridge and
up to my ankles in mud. When built in 1982, the bridge that carries the A1214 over the
River Orwell at Ipswich had the longest pre-stressed concrete span in use anywhere. I
don't find it a particularly beautiful bridge, but it's a distinctive landmark in a county
that otherwise lacks grand architecture.
Suffolk also has no motorways, the A12 to Lowestoft and the A14 from Felixstowe to
the Midlands being our only major roads. But thankfully, and largely because of the
Orwell Bridge, the freight traffic from Felixstowe to London is not going to get a Suffolk
motorway to thunder down any time soon. Besides, a lot of it goes by rail, past our
house...all through the night....
Having challenged myself to photograph
this huge structure in a 'different' manner
to my previous attempt, I found myself
under the largest concrete span of the
bridge and up to my ankles in mud. When
built in 1982, the bridge that carries the
A1214 over the River Orwell at Ipswich
had the longest pre-stressed concrete
span in use anywhere. I don't find it a
particularly beautiful bridge, but it's a
distinctive landmark in a county that otherwise lacks grand architecture.
Suffolk also has no motorways, the A12 to Lowestoft and the A14 from Felixstowe to
the Midlands being our only major roads. But thankfully, and largely because of the
Orwell Bridge, the freight traffic from Felixstowe to London is not going to get a Suffolk
motorway to thunder down any time soon. Besides, a lot of it goes by rail, past our
house...all through the night....

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Having challenged myself to photograph this huge structure in a 'different' manner to my previous attempt, I found myself under the largest concrete span of the bridge and up to my ankles in mud. When built in 1982, the bridge that carries the A1214 over the River Orwell at Ipswich had the longest pre-stressed concrete span in use anywhere.  I don't find it a particularly beautiful bridge, but it's a distinctive landmark in a county that otherwise lacks grand architecture.

Suffolk also has no motorways, the A12 to Lowestoft and the A14 from Felixstowe to the Midlands being our only major roads.  But thankfully, and largely because of the Orwell Bridge, the freight traffic from Felixstowe to London is not going to get a Suffolk motorway to thunder down any time soon. Besides, a lot of it goes by rail, past our house...all through the night....
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Simple wood frame with a gold-coloured insert to reflect the colours of the picture

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