I have rather eclectic taste when it comes to bridges.
To combine the two photohunters themes this week, I'm going to show you some of the bridges that suit my taste.
I started with bridges I took in the Blowing Rock, NC mountain area (first 3 shots).
Sometimes the simplest foot bridges can be both useful and tasteful, even if the bridge is just stepping stones like the second one.
Shots 4, 5, and 6 are bridges on trails near my house in Raleigh, NC.
The bridge above and below make me think of a crooked little bridge instead of the crooked little house from nursery rhymes.
The bridge below is barely visible which I kind of like. The next 3 shots were taken in the West Virginia mountains.
The next one is much larger and dominates the landscape immediately around it.
In contrast to the one above, the next bridge is stepping stones across the creek.
The red bridge below is on a trail near my house in NC.
The next three bridges are in the Virginia mountains near the NC border.
I am posting a lot of shots of bridges but they barely skim the surface of bridges that I've photographed which suit my tastes.
The bridge below is rather large but the way I shot it makes it look like it's nestled in the trees. My tastes run to reflections which is another reason I'm including the one below.
Unfortunately when I was in San Francisco I was in between cameras so the shots I took there were taken with a disposable camera.
Although the quality of the photos is lousy, since the Golden Gate Bridge recently celebrated its 75th anniversary, I'm including shots I took of it.
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