The Adam Bridge at Kedleston Hall Derbyshire

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The three-arched Adam Bridge at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire was designed by Robert Adam in 1759, but only built in 1770-1.

My image of the bridge was created on 4th June 2011 from 3 separate exposures, combined to bring out the fine detail in the stonework. I then decided to ‘paint’ the scene by making multiple changes to the original image, using several filters that I tuned to get the finished result.

This image was captured with a Nikon D90 and Nikon VR 18-200 zoom at a focal length of  24mm. The image size is 4091 x 2720px at 300 dpi resolution.

Kedleston Hall is a National Trust property and here is a little of what they have to say about it:

“Spectacular 18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and parkland

Take a trip back in time to the 1760s at this spectacular Neo-classical mansion framed by historic parkland.

Designed for lavish entertaining and displaying an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture and original furnishings, Kedleston is a stunning example of the work of architect Robert Adam.

The Curzon family have lived here since the 12th-century and continue to live at the Hall. Lord Curzon’s Eastern Museum is a treasure trove of fascinating objects acquired on his travels in Asia and while Viceroy of India (1899 to 1905).”

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