The myth retold very selectively, focussing on secrets and assumed names. Some flashy phrases, e.g. - "his children's eyes are the colour of his footprints". It's not the only poem to mention bridges - they occur in "Misreading the Signs", "Estuary", "Thames" and "The fall". The poem won a minor prize.
It's nothing to do with the photo. It's of St Ives bridge which has a church on it.