The Slater bridge, The Lake District. Joiner created by Mark Murfitt © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Slater bridge, The Lake District



The Lake District is such a beautiful area of England, and if you’ve not been then I highly recommend a visit.
I came across Slater bridge purely by accident while out walking with family, but immediately thought it’d lend itself to a joiner (as I do with most landscapes I come across).
When you’re standing looking at this little footbridge it really looks quite unstable, and to think it’s not held together by any concrete, or iron rebars or infact anything other than good old fashioned bridge building and gravity, I’ve no idea how long it’s been there, I imagine it’s quite some time, and I imagine it’ll be there when I’m long gone.

Don’t bother asking me where it is as I really can’t remember, it’s in the Langdale region somewhere, sorry :)

Viewing Instructions:

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– Plug in headphones
– Hit the play button on the audio player below
– Sit back and enjoy the joiner as it was meant to be enjoyed!

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Picture particulars:

Dimensions: 3.90m wide by 2.65m high (13.00ft x 8.83ft)

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Song inspiration: Sea Sick Steve, Walkin Man

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