A stone bridge crossing a small creek at my former boss's farm. The farm is nestled in the rolling hills of Tanay, a town 57 kilometers east of Manila. The property has a 4-bedroom house and a stone cottage that can be rented for the weekend, a swimming pool and basketball court, various flowers, mango and lemon trees, and a trail for trekking.
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the stacked stones reminds me of the paddies of the terraces.
i like seeing stone bridges too as it's quite rare here in the philippines and majority are short walk stone bridges.
What a fabulous place! I truly like the bridge, and even the creek is lines with stones. Beautiful!
So cute! I wish we could stay there and rent the stone house... Have a Blessed Sunday!
This place looks so peaceful, amazing landscape and so beautiful stone bridge.I would love to be there enjoying the sweet atmosphere!
Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg
What a fantastic little bridge! :D
I like this stone bridge. It must have taken lot of time to build but I bet it will last a long time too!
Your bridge is a stone bridge too! (so your title says, lol)
A very pretty stone bridge. Lovely photo!
An English Girl Rambles
Lovely! Nicely built and sitting pretty, what a nice farm addition.
♥♥ Olá, amiga!
Conheci seu cantinho...amei!!!
Saúde, paz e alegria.
Tudo de bom!!!♥
A beautiful bridge, to be sure.
Bridges large and small are welcome contributions to Sunday Bridges!
very nice shot...And...more...love the photo of the boy smiling..../right side)simply marvelous...
have a nice week
i always associate stone bridge with europe. i find them really romantic
I like to think about the person who so painstakingly created this wee bridge.
i dream of having my family's own santuary someday with a bridge like this; if not, a japanese one probably.
Oh this is so beautiful! Love it!
Such a lovely little stone bridge!
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