The more we see of the world, the richer we become
I made a new friend today in church. I spoke to her , she comes from Philipines.I like to have a holiday in your photo. Fish and swim.
beautiful shots. love the second one especially.
Wonderful angles in these pictures!The place invites us for enjoying the nice weather and take lots of pictures!Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg
I really enjoyed seeing your footbridge from the two perspectives. The second one really shows the viewer just how far out it goes. Lived seeing the guy swimming in the first one...an added neat detail. To answer your question, my bridge is actually two bridges - one going in each direction. They're VERY long and go up, up, up into the sky...I just have to keep my eyes straight ahead of me! The Port of Baltimore is huge with gigantic ships and freighters from around the world having to get under those bridges as they are entering. I DREAD having to drive or ride across those things every time I go to my daughter's house.
i love bridges...always makes me excited what's on the other side...
Your footbridge is a lovely addition to Sunday Bridges, Luna.
That is a very cool footbridge. And the water is so gloriously blue! I'm wondering now and not for argument's sake - is a bridge that doesn't span across a body of water all the way, really a bridge? I would call that a pier. In any event, it's a stunning photo, as always, my dear.Have a great week coming up.Gina
Wow views. I am debating whether I would dare walk on the bridge.P.S. Hi Luna, I do not have any fever anymore except that I am still coughing.I am making my own ginger drink, hopefully this will help.
Excellent! «Louis» appreciates your participation in Sunday Bridges. He likes the T.S. Eliot quote, too!
awesome shot luna. ganda ng angles.about ur query on bicol pics. yup, i will be paid there kaso wala ako invoice as photographer kaya di pako nababayaran lols. lawyer's billing na lang kaya.
Looks fragile, like a big wave could wash it away. Hope not!
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