Visiting Bristol in recent years has always proven inspiring in terms of Photography. The Architecture and general feel of the city is something that is often very difficult to do justice on camera. In particular The Clifton Suspension Bridge in particular is a must-see aspect of Bristol. It spans the Avon Gorge – a foreboding stretch of water with incredibly wide banks. The bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in the 1800s whose plans succeeded over many other competitors in being chosen in particular for the Egyptian influenced towers at either end of each Bridge.
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