Tag a friend who loves Scotland! How smashing is this shot of the Carrbridge Packhorse Bridge in the Cairngorms. Love this by @sianaddison. Question is: can you spot the troll living underneath?
Built in 1717 the bridge across the River Dulnain at Carrbridge was built to allow funeral processions to access Duthil Church when the river was in spate. Because of this, the bridge was known locally as 'the coffin bridge'. Eek. It’s the oldest known stone bridge in the Highlands.
It’s raining today up ‘t north, so I’m stuck in the shed with a good book and a pot of tea. Bliss! Lovely shot by @sianaddison 🏴 Want your Photos of Britain to be featured? Follow us and then add the tag #photosofbritain and tag us in the picture too!