PhotoHunt -Feb 7 - 2009 - Bridge(s)
In fact, I spent my time to find some Bridges from here and there in my different files on my computer storages (yes. I have several) . Alle the photos in this post are taken by me or Anna.
(Yeah, we have crossed this famous bridge - photo taken by Anna)
Bridge for me means building/creating connection. From end to end.
I ended up with physical connections. Some very old.
Please take your time, even this is a Photo Hunt. You can learn something that most of your friends and neighbours did not know. By clicking on the Links given. You have the whole Weekend. To enjoy. Your comment will be of less value than your curiousty to learn more.
The first one is very old, build by the Romans. Le Pont du Gard. In Southern France. Orginally it was a Water Bridge, but also for people and horses to cross over the River Gard. Yeah. The Water canal is on the top. Suplying stabel fresh water to the crops year around.
Anna is there. How come?
And here too, Anna.
This is the Bridge to the Bath in one of the most renowned fiords in the World: Geiranger Fiord. During the very short Summer season, more than a hundred Cruise ships do visit each year.
This Stone Bridge is not that far away from the Photo above. With other words, it's from Norway. All the Stones are locally picked and shaped. Several hundred years ago.
I'm amazed by the effort and planning and will to build a Bridge like this, you can see the local stones at the Riverside. They, who build the Bridge had to, and did find the right stones. Impressing.
Can you see Anna? Click to see the spectacular Mountains in the background. There is a peak, that are next to unclimbable.
From Mountains in Norway to New Holland, Dutch Village, in Michigan, USA. Here you see a fishing enthusiast fishing from a tiny Bridge.
Well, going into the Nature is not allways easy for People who are dependent on Wheel Chairs. This is from the Music and Instrument Museum at Ringve in Norway. A Bridge to the Museum.
OMG. It seems like Anna has been there as well. Can you please join my next Bridge, which is on the intellectual side:
And interview with Mrs Lifecruiser .
Then Mrs lifecruisers's blog about the interview .
We have created bridges across borders.
More Bridges here at Photo Hunters.