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Monday, August 30, 2010

Abandoned Bridge

I wonder why this bridge was abandoned. It still looks passable... hmm..



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16 comments:

Cher said...

happy MYM, Tes! what a great find you have here. ;)

ladyviral said...

There is a shorter route now? But definitely make a great picture.

Ann said...

very cool shot there.

rainfield61 said...

A very good capture anyhow..

Icy BC said...

What a neat looking bridge, and wonderful capture, Tes..

Tekkaus said...

It is abandoned...but it is still beautiful. :D

betchai said...

beautiful composition Tes, it may be abandoned but its beauty remained.

George said...

This is a wonderful photo of the old bridge. I don't know why it has been abandoned, but I'm glad you got this photo.

ruthi said...

oh yeah... love this bridge photo of yours. so awesome.

Cheryl said...

Hi Tes, thanks for coming by my blog. I am slowly catching up! The bridge is a very unique looking one. One doesn't see many such as this anymore. Have a great week!

Photo Cache said...

looks could be deceiving. probably open for foot traffic. have a lovely brand new work week.

kulasa said...

present Tesya!!! imishu! you know how much i love bridges so this one touches my heart so much!

Rajesh said...

Fantastic capture. It looks good to me also.

ayie said...

it's a very good capture Tes!

Self Sagacity said...

The bridge looks like some old movie site. Very haunted looking. Where is it? I lived in Houston for a month, visited a few times. Not sure I would even know if you tell me. LOL

GardenofDaisies said...

Probably some structural wear, damage or defect that keep it from bearing the weight as it needs to. But it's a beautiful old bridge and makes for a great photo!!

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