Photo Challenges

Bridges To Nowhere

I had a drink named after me. I win. Here are some pictures of bridges.

Head over to P.J’s to see some more.

brooklyn bridge jacquescartier lachapelle lachapelle2 railroad bridge

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  • Hey Nicky! Love that last one! Nice memories of an unforgettable trip. Indigo x

  • You changed your name to Harvey Wallbanger?

  • QMM

    Great shots.Up close and personal

  • You have a roller coaster in there 😉

    Nice shots anyway!

  • Amazing shots. The one taken going over the bridge is especially interesting. I never get a shot that isn’t blurry, if I try to get a shot while in the car.

  • GeoKs

    Yes, you win! I like all the different angles on the structural elements.

  • mikewjattoomanymornings

    You got drunk with Ziva. Who cares about your photos, however good they are?

  • Nice shots! It is interesting to see how bridges differ from place to place and country to country, from simple, charming stone bridges to masses of concrete and steel.

  • Mike Davis

    Lots of different bridges in the city. Thanks for sharing.

  • Awesome photos, but I would rather look at you and Ziva. (Oh, and Cheesy Mike and M too.)

  • thanks, you just reinforced all of my bridge fears with these photographs!

  • Actually, I was a little nervous taking the first shot. I leaned over the rail of the Brooklyn Bridge footpath to capture the cars below and I was petrified that I’d drop my phone 🙂

  • I’d rather look at Ziva too. Damn, it’s tough to say good-bye!

  • Thanks Mike. While most of them are in and around Montreal, the first one is in New York.

  • You are so right Linda! Taking the pictures really gave me the opportunity to appreciate the architecture involved and the Brooklyn Bridge was just awesome.

  • I did get drunk with Ziva. On Nikiva martinis. Named after the two of us. *hums Katy Perry’s I kissed a girl and I liked it*

  • Ha! Thank you, GeoKs. You are obviously an incredibly intelligent person with an exceptionally discerning eye. 🙂

  • Thanks Cheryl! The picture from inside the car was really just dumb luck. I have no idea how I ended up taking it so clearly when I had a hard time taking clear photos while standing still!

  • Thank you Babs! Believe it or not, the roller coaster bridge actually used to lead to an amusement park.

  • Thanks QMM. And not so up close… thank goodness for the zoom feature 😉

  • Nope, Harvey changed his name to Nicky. 🙂

  • Thanks, Indigo. The last one is actually a railroad bridge with a convenient footbridge right alongside.

  • YIKES!!!!!

  • Paul Myers

    These steel girder bridges always give the impression that they are rather flimsy. I do like what you did with the first shot.

  • It did? Mo always calls me on old witch 😉

  • At least you didn’t have to worry about staying up late this month? 🙂

  • I know my geography sucks about anything east of Nevada, but does this also mean you drove to New York? Ah, New York. Like I told Mike in the bridges to somewhere, I miss it and want to go back so bad! Last night I watched the 4th of July fireworks over Manhattan and I was looking at the city more than I was looking at the fireworks…… (SIGH!)

  • Margaret, Mike and I went to NYC together to meet the lovely Ziva and M. SiGH.

  • You got some really cool shots. But wait…who was driving?

  • My favorite is the one with the graffiti!

  • You wonderful talented woman. I’m looking at my cherry chapstick and missing you. Come to Finland soon, okay? We have lots of bridges you can take photos of.

  • lisa

    I absolutely love that fourth shot! Fantastic perspective.


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