It’s official title is the Mary McAleese Boyne Valley Bridge, after the former Irish President in honour of her contribution to the Northern peace process. However locals tend to refer to it simply as the Boyne Bridge.
Either way, it’s an impressive piece of engineering and a striking feature on the landscape as it spans not just the river but also the county boundary between Meath and Louth on the M1 motorway.
This image was shot in early April, an hour or so before sunset, giving the landscape that lovely burnished look.
In the background is the Irish Cement plant at Platin – itself a striking visual presence on the local landscape, though possibly best appreciated from a discreet distance.