I'm not sure how many countries around the world use the expression, "It's like painting the Forth Bridge" when referring to a task that is never-ending; i.e. you start at one end and by the time you finish, you've have to go back and start at the beginning again.
Well, here is that very bridge.
I was out early this morning (5:15am) for another specific shot that features the bridge, but more of that later. Once I got the one I was after, I just had a look around, as it is a location about 30 minutes from my home that I haven't explored in detail. It was a beautiful day so far as my photography interests are concerned. It was dull, grey and wet (the storm jacket over the camera and the lenses got well tested) - my sort of day.
The road bridge, across which I had driven to get to this location, can be seen in the background.
This was taken at 6:51am.
40D, 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM @ 26mm. ISO400. 1/8@f16