Sunday, May 22, 2011

Manapla bridge

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It's been a while since I participated in Sunday Bridges.  Now I'm back!  I was with my cousins in Manapla a few weeks ago.  My cousin had some business here, and the meeting place was at the banks of this river.:p  I have no idea what this river is called---people were swimming and doing their laundry.  The bridge looks frail but in a couple of hours that we were by the banks of the river, there were trucks, motorbikes, tricycles and even a horse that passed through it.  I hope the next storm wouldn't destroy this bridge.

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This is the river down-stream...
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Posted for Sunday Bridges


10 comments:

Life Ramblings said...

so peaceful and serene. i love the lush greenery surrounding it.

J Bar said...

great bridge shots

Francisca said...

Hah... your tropical riverside images make me miss home. To me the bridge looks quite sturdy, functional, if not most appealing.

Leora said...

What a rustic bridge - looks like it is enjoyed by many.

VioletSky said...

Good views of the bridge, but I really like that downriver view!

cieldequimper said...

Excellent. I love your header too!

Viola said...

What a lovely color of the river, green! =) And I can see they are bathing and having fun! A nice old bridge! :)

http://graceolsson.com/blog said...

LUna, the header of your blog is wonderful


I love bridges

congraqts
http://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/05/measure-of-life/

ladyfi said...

What wonderfully serene shots!

punyo karut said...

I know this place very well.. and I miss it..... I was born and grow up in this place.... used to swim/jump on that bridge we call it "TAYTAY (bridge) Gomez" and the tallest one is "TAYTAY TAAS (tall)". where the train that carries sugar cane pass. whoever the owner of this blog or photo.. thank you very much :( it reminds me a lot of my childhood.. after 21 years......
That place is from Central Manapla(brgy. purisima) Zone6 and Zone5, Negros Occidental, Philippines

Nick Cortez Latumbo
from Qatar