The photohunt theme this week is support. I thought I would show the support for the James River Bridge at the James River/Otter Creek recreational area on the Blue Ridge Parkway. I took these shots in October of 2007. The first shows the pedestrian bridge which is under the highway bridge. I have to say when cars are going over my head, I'm glad to see a very sturdy looking support structure which is holding everything in place.
The next shot shows the highway and pedestrian bridges as well as their reflections in the water. You can see the support for both bridges. It's a two story bridge for this section although with the reflection it looks like four.
The next shot shows the bridge for the road stretching across the recreation area and gives a clear view of the support for the bridge. The last shot shows the reflection of the highway bridge in the water. You can see the support for the bridge upside down in the water on the bottom right hand side.
I hope everyone has a great weekend and finds the support they need in whatever situation they find themselves. Hopefully if you walk under any bridges with cars on top of your head, the support will be sufficient that there will be plenty of space between the cars and your head.
You can browse other photohunt support posts on technorati here - photohunt and at the photohunt home on Saturday here - PhotoHunt