Wednesday, 16 November 2016

SNAP: November 16th - A Bridge Too Far

Linking in with the SNAP Community along with our hostess Helena at:  SNAP.    Have a peek at what everyone else has found as a two to four photo collection this week & then please join in.

This week my SNAP collection are some of the little foot bridges I have seen during some walks.  



 The  bridge photo above is one that had a rich history of being THE bridge that brides chose to have their wedding party photos taken on but in the last few years it has been un-cared for.  I was told that there is no money in the city budget to care for the bridge or surrounding park.

Above photo is a foot bridge which connects two family members yards together & at Christmas it is very well lit up in holiday festive lighting. Note to self - go SNAP this at Christmas.

 The above photo is the bridge at the farm where I ride - it connects the stable area to the family home area.

 

Bridge photo above is in a park surrounding a local waterfall area.





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11 comments:

  1. a lovely collection of foot bridges - I like the variety of styles

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  2. A lovely collection; I particularly like the second one.

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  3. Quite a eclectic mix. I'm waiting now to see that bridge decorated!

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  4. I love the idea of a bridge connecting two families. If only Little E lived just across the bridge.

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  5. Oh! a bridge connecting two families! what a wonderful and inclusive idea. Another great idea for Snap!

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  6. lovely bridges...it is a shame that there is no money to maintain the first bridge

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  7. The bridges are so cool--I love to see them and your photos are great.

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  8. Lucky you to have such a collection of lovely bridges

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  9. Bridges are a wonderful photography subject, and yours are wonderful!

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  10. Fantastic snap collection! Bridges like these just seem to call out to be photographed!

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