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Monday, June 6, 2011

That's My World Tuesday: Bridges bridges and more bridges

When I was in West Virginia I photographed a lot of different bridges.

The ones in this post are by no means all of them but they are a fair sampling.
I've already posted some shots of the bridge above and below but wanted to include these to put it into context. It's a very long bridge but most of the shots I used before only showed the arch below or a section of the longer part shown above, without the arch.
The challenge with the bridge below was trying to photograph the other bridge through its steel.
Not a great shot but it's gives an idea of how many bridges there are in close proximity to each other.
I did the same thing with the next bridge in that I photographed another through it's steel.
Below is a section of the bridge I caught as we whizzed along on the bridge above.
The next shot gives some perspective on what I was attempting.
I have a particular fondness for foot bridges.
They can be anything from a few rocks to hop across to something more involved like the one shown above and below.
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Penelope Notes said...

I also love footbridges, Carver! Rocky bridges are great because they’re often down low and it’s easy to get your feet wet. :)

Anonymous said...

bless the husband who drives and lets the wife drive by shoot to her heart's content.

Indrani said...

Wow! You have so many! And you say there are more!
Great pictures.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots of the bridges, Waiting for next set.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful shots. That last one is so lovely!

Sylvia K said...

Yes, add me to the list of those who love bridges!! And your captures are fantastic as always, Carver! Next best thing to being there! Hope you have a lovely week! Enjoy!


joco said...

Carver, these are terrific.
So clear and such a lovely subject.
The footbridge with all the gushing water is lovely.

EG CameraGirl said...

I love your bridge shots, Carver. Each one has a a certain beauty all its own.

fjÀllripan said...

Beautiful bridges, I especially liked nr 3 and the old stone bridges. How fun to photograph different types :)

eileeninmd said...

Carver, lovely photos of the bridges and the scenery.

Kay L. Davies said...

Lovely bridge shots, Carver!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Luna Miranda said...

these are gorgeous bridges! terrific shots.


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