(Canon EOS 60D, Tamron 10-24mm @ 14mm, 1/100s @ f10)
Washgate Bridge is a little known and visited 18th century packhorse bridge over the River Dove near Hollinsclough. The steep, winding, cobbled lane which leads to and from the bridge has, in the past, been severely damaged by 4x4s. Now, the Peak Park authority has prevented most vehicles from using the route by placing large stones at each end of the route and at the ford over the river - hence the rather intrusive sign. This photo was taken in a brief sunny interval on a rainy and windy morning walk!