Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Bridges . . .

Thanks to D. Chedwick Bryant and Mouse, there is a theme for Thursdays this summer, and maybe beyond. L and I went out the other day to photograph the bridges here (there are four). This is mostly her work; any wonky one is mine.




Sally, I've got some scaffolding for you, but no crane in this shot:




Frankly, this one below is my favorite, and of course L took it. She was trying to capture a low-flying heron, but he or she disappeared before she could take its picture.





Here's a little 360 degree spree:

11 comments:

mouse (aka kimy) said...

I love it!!! I want to come visit and play in the fountain with the giant lions and turtles!! I am most impressed with the 360 degree vid, although I'm a tad dizzy.

daysgoby said...

What beautiful pictures!

The Trustees said...

We love your bridges too! Very nice!

Gledwood said...

that is a beautiful few pictures and video what a gorgeous day. it looks like an English summer day (not too tropical in coloration)... I like that funky iron bridge. is one of the bridges railway?

lettuce said...

i like the top bridge - it looks like the back of a stegosaurus (or a somethingorothersaurus)

and i like the stone piers with the boat just disappearing

and smiled at the sound of you laughing

:o)

citizen of the world said...

I liek the one of the boat disappearing behind the stone bridge support.

Ash said...

Very nice images!

d. chedwick said...

who is Lyle Tuttle? I'm going to do some research.

Stacie said...

Great photos...glad you got out and about....don't work too hard! I am going up north this weekend...Tell D Happy Father's Day...

Squirrel said...

Nifty video. Have a good weekend!

angela said...

It sounds like you were having fun there...
Very nice bridges..looking at the river there have you had flooding in your area?