At the beginning of June, Liz and I spent two weeks on holiday in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. On the journey up we stopped at South Queensferry, just outside Edinburgh, so I could take a few shots of the world-famous Forth Rail Bridge. Opened in 1890 the iconic cantilever design stretches some 2.5km across the Firth of Forth and is 110m high. It’s a truly impressive piece of Victorian engineering and worth every penny of the £130 million, decade long restoration project that finished in 2012:
Over the coming weeks I’ll be sharing more of the images I took whilst on holiday on the east coast of Scotland.
© Mark Simms Photography (2016)