The River of Constant Change

Nes Felicio Photography

The sands of time were eroded by The river of constant change
- Genesis, The Firth of Fifth

I like taking photos while travelling, mainly to remind me of the trip, perhaps even enjoy it all over again. On some occasions they inadvertently become a record, a stamp on the banks of the river of time.scotland_9538

If this bridge looks familiar, there is good reason. It used the same technique for spinning parallel wire suspension cables used in the Golden Gate, the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time and the basis for its distinctive style.


The Forth Road Bridge at the Firth of Forth in Scotland opened in 1964 and connects Edinburgh and Fife.

But today you won’t see the same view if you stood on the same spot. I took these photos before a new bridge was built (behind it from this angle), the

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I have been writing poetry for 44 years. I began writing poetry when I was 15 years old and to this date I have written over 16,000 poems. I have had poems published in The San Fernando Journal, The Rag Mag, WYRD, The Cultural Reverence(e-magazine) and in Kiiroo(e-magazine), Mobius and the World Peace Anthology. I have over 1000 poems published in all. I also have a poetry page on entitled I also have written a Science Fiction/Fantasy novel entitled "The Blue Sphere" and I am currently working on three other books at the present time. The first is entitled "The Angel and the Witches, the second is "Once Upon A Halloween" and the third is "The Devil's Playground".

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