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This week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge theme is bridges. You’d think that living in San Diego, I’d show you photos of the famous Coronado bridge. Well, I probably if I had some nice ones to share. Something to add to my long list of photos to take…
Instead I’ll share some of the smallest bridges you’ve ever seen. I found them while hiking in our local county parks. I love how these small wooden bridges try to blend in between the trees. There are so many angles to photographing bridges, I can’t wait to spot a few more of them and snap some interesting pictures.
I love little bridges like that in parks. When my kids were little, we’d make up imaginative games and cross them.
Some day you’ll have to head to New England and take pictures of their historic covered bridges. Very pretty.
Oh, I saw lots of bridges when I lived in CT, including draw bridges. I’d love to go back and photograph the Northeast. So many beautiful places…
I didn’t realize you lived there. Oh, wait, now that I think about it, maybe I do remember you mentioning it. Whenever I have these memory lapses, I blame my kids…
Better blame the kids than your age. 😉 5 years in CT and enjoying the East Coast. I don’t miss the weather but I do miss the scenery and the culture for sure.
I would love to take a walk there!! Gorgeous scenery and bridges!
Thank you,! I love these two parks, they’re beautiful.
This looks like such a peaceful place, Milka. Lovely photos. 🙂
These two parks are my favorite in San Diego. Very peaceful indeed.
Stunning images my friend 🙂
Thank you, Jake!