Monday, December 1, 2008

Bridge over Creek/Bridges Between

FYI: Ruby Tuesday and MyWorld posts are below.

This is an old bridge over a slow-moving creek that flows northerly into Lake Simcoe creeks and eventually into Lake Huron, one of the five Great Lakes.

Peeking through the rails on the other side of the bridge, this is what you see.

Unfortunately, this post is nearly a day late. What WAS I thinking?
To join in the Bridges Between Countries Fun, visit Rune E at Visual Norway http://visualnorway.blogspot.com/

18 comments:

Paz said...

Very nice-looking scenes.

Paz

Small City Scenes said...

So beautiful. You sure live in a pretty part of the country. I would never know about it except for you. Thanks. MB

PERBS said...

And look at that snow under that bridge. . . did I ever tell you that I love snow? lol Interesting story of water that flows under this bridge. . .

Thanks for stopping by. Just wanted to clarify that the bell tower does not just ring three times a day BUT the story panels open up and you can hear the story three times a day. You wouldn't want to hear the voices telling the story throughout the night. . . but the bells ringing are nice like music.

Leora said...

Beautiful scenery. Wonderful that you are able to get out and enjoy it and show us your photos.

Carletta said...

I love the scene peeking through!
Very nice.

Jan said...

I love this bridge and looking thru the railing is a great shot.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Those were very cool. I like the second one where the snow/ice is cracked.

Robin said...

I love the way you've framed that second shot. Really beautiful with the snow and the water and the wood.

RuneE said...

A pity that they don't treat the old bridge as well as they should (rust on the second picture), but it makes for good photography - rust and all!

John said...

Lovely bridge shots!

Have a nice week!

Sandradb said...

Ideal scenery and outstanding exterior! Thank you for your visit and greetings from Croatia.

Catherine said...

I like the view through the rails.
It gives a fantastic frame. Snowy banks looks so thick and spotless.

W. Latane Barton said...

Looks brrrrry cold...

Tanya said...

Ah, better late than never! Beautiful setting. I prefer an old bridge to new any day!

Ms. Hays said...

Very pretty photos & I don't know how I missed your photo from yesterday! I love it!

maryt/theteach said...

Beautiful shots, EG! Thanks for commenting at Monochrome Monday on Wednesday at my blog. :)

Rose said...

I like both of these but slightly favor the one looking through the rails...at least I think I favor it. Either one is really nice.

BJ Roan said...

Love the shots, but that water looks really cold.

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