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Friday, August 29, 2008

Day 6 of Bridging the Gap

If anyone is here for my photohunt post, I will be posting that early Saturday morning with Day 7 of the Bridge Challenge, instead of early like I usually do. However, Snap2Days, my parallel lives photoblog with SabineM has our Photohunt "Beautiful" post up now. This is my post for Day 6 of Bridging the Gap.
The shot above shows two parallel bridges. The one in the front is a foot bridge over the creek which water from the lake I frequently walk around pours into. The bridge in the back is the road which goes over the creek, as well as over the walking path which goes under the road.The shot above shows the bridge which goes under a bridge on the other side of a tunnel. The tunnel is how you walk under the road by the creek. I'm having a hard time making my sentences comprehensible in this post so I'm hoping the photographs make it more or less obvious what I'm saying.On the opposite side of the dam and the lake, there is another tunnel I walk through and another bridge I walk under, and after I walk a ways I come to the bridge above. I like this walk during the different seasons. Above is a summer shot and below is a winter shot of the same bridge.
If you want to find other bridge shots please go to the site of the host of this challenge at I was born2cree8.

16 comments:

eastcoastlife said...

Wow. There are so many bridges in your neighbourhood! I can count the bridges on my one hand in my area. :)

sho said...

Just like in the movies, the bridges are tucked in cosy places like forests and streams. OUrs are hung high up in the skies running over noisy roads...not very glamourous like yours. lol.

Gattina said...

You at least have romantic bridges ! I only find some where the train is going over, lol !

ellen b said...

Again this looks like a great spot for walking. I love all the bridges. I don't think after this week of bridges that I can pick a favorite bridge composition. I've enjoyed the wooden ones, metal ones, stone ones and cement ones!

the teach said...

You post such lovely bridges, Carver! The bridge in Boston that I posted is relatively new - couple of years. If you haven't been to Boston recently they really made the center of town beautiful! Happy Labor Day! :)

Torsdag said...

Oh it is good to see all the bridges, people don't thing about when they are there, mostly helpless when bridges are missing.

Dee said...

Hey Carver,
I understood your sentences! Granted, I had to read them slowly a second time, but after picturing where we walked as I read, it all made sense.

That means that you really did make sense or else you and I have similar brains that make incomprehensible sentences makes sense to us.

Did that make sense? LOL

juliana said...

that is some beautiful scenery you walk through. what interesting bridges, and love the summer and winter bridge!

jmb said...

Carver, the earliest I have ever posted for Photo Hunt and what do I find here, nothing.
You have some amazing bridges for this theme.

Carletta said...

These are great. I love the one of the bridge under the bridge.
So glad you showed a summer and winter shot - both are nice images.

The perspective on the first one was wonderful - made me feel like I was standing there looking down too.

Jientje said...

I like how you posted pictures of the same bridge in different seasons! She's beautiful!

Alice - I Was Born2Cree8 said...

SUCH incredible beauty in every photograph, Carver!! Each and every one has it's own magic. I've never seen a bridge under a bridge like this before, how unique.

Reba @ Reba's Run said...

Dog's Eye View says: Woofenderful! I just goes some questions fur you...

Does the troll live under the bridge? or under the bridge that is under the bridge? Or is this considered a Troll Split Level Home? Arf, arf, arf.

Bonggamom said...

I would love to go walking there, it looks so peaceful and refreshing.

Carver said...

Thanks so much to everyone for visiting and commenting. By the way Reba, I think this is bound to be a split level for a troll. You are a very smart dog.

Minkydo said...

Love your last installment of bridges. Great job!

I'm a bit late in getting around to everyone's posts. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)