After the rains.
Lostwithiel bridge 14/7/12.
http://www.lostwithiel.org/ 'One of the oldest bridges still in existence in Cornwall is Lostwithiel Bridge dating back to the 1200's. The exact date of construction is unknown; however the western arches of the bridge classify it as l3th Century. One of the earliest references to Lostwithiel Bridge was made by the Bishop of Exeter in 1314; and another by Edward, the Black Prince giving instructions in 1357 for the bridge to be repaired. During the reign of Henry IV, a wealthy merchant, Walter Wooley, arranged for the leasing of lands with the revenue to be used for maintaining both the old bridge, and the Church of Bartholomew'.