Hi Val,Lots of surfaces to look at. Beautiful picture. Have a great day!Sherrie
I love the leading lines of the bridge carrying us off into the distance.
Perfect depth and leading lines!
very nice leading lines
Did you cross it? This reminds me of that scene with the elephant in the classic movie "Gunga Din."
Bobbie - yes. It was great fun. I love suspension bridges.
The must grow spiders big in Oklahoma to spin a web like that!
I like these bridges, too. Especially ones with grated bottoms so you can see where you are going in case the bridge breaks. I imagine this to be the type of bridge Billy Joe MacAllister jumped off of up at Tallahatchie. Only his bridge was higher. Cool image to rekindle the ear-worm!
I love the lines in this too, almost as much as I resist Steven's ear worm!Have fun with MaryLou. I don't know when I will be in Chicagoland, not until the fall probably...
The lines and surfaces are wonderful but I'll just look, thank you, as I don't like to cross things with an "open" floor.
Great surface on the bridge, made for jumping up and down on in the middle.
I would hate crossing that bridge! I could do it but there would have to be something I really wanted to get to on the other side! Nice textures though and it does make me wonder what's on the other side (that's worth crossing the frightening bridge to get to....)
Nice capture! It makes me dizzy just looking at it - LOL!
looks as it leads into a tunnel, great depth and leading lines. Not my favourite walkway though
What do you think?