Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Lemonville Bridge/ Watery Wednesday

On an overcast day, bridge over private pond close enough to see from road

   You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com

42 comments:

Abe Lincoln said...

I like curved bridges. I saw a lot of them in red in Japan and still have favorites. Nice photograph.

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Leif Hagen said...

Lovely bridge - too bad it's on private property~! Good snap!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

EG: Very nice bridge reflection photo.

B SQUARED said...

Looks like a beautiful place.

see you there! said...

Love the way the bridge is reflected in the pond.

Darla

George said...

This is a beautiful bridge and you've captured it beautifully. I love the reflection you've captured.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful picture, EG... One of my fav's!!!!! Of course, I love water and bridges and reflections... Can't get any better than that!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Jarart said...

So pretty, it looks like it could be a park. I've been enjoying your macro shots very much! They are fantastic.

kaye said...

how serene

Tom said...

A beautiful bridge for sure.. and a stunning capture.

Tom

Michelle said...

What a beautiful bridge and surrounding property!

Pekka said...

Bridge for people some are in love. ;-)

Audun said...

Looks like a perfect bridge for a romantic proposal :)

James said...

That's a nice looking bridge and a great reflection on the water.

Carletta said...

I think I remember this from a winter shot don't I?
It's lovely in summer as well!
I like the subtle reflection.

ewok1993 said...

What a scenic setting. A great wedding pictorial site.

Stephany said...

I love the architecture of this foot bridge, and the reflection.

Tranquility said...

Gorgeous! I love all the trees - so peaceful!

Pacey said...

So peaceful looking place. It's a picture perfect. Cool shot.

J Bar said...

What a beautiful bridge! What a beautiful location.

ellievellie said...

Fairy tale place - such a gorgeous reflections in the water - very pretty!

bettyl said...

Such a gentle photo. Love the details of the bridge.

Becky and Gary said...

What a peaceful place, and I love that willow tree.
B.

Jacob said...

I think this is one of my favorite shots...did you not show this before during a different season of the year? I loved it then and love it now!

Rajesh said...

Very beautiful and scenic. Nice shot.

luna miranda said...

what a romantic scene...i love the bridge and the tree branches hanging over it. this is paradise.:P

Ebie said...

Beautiful reflection and I love the curves.(Hehe, not mine, Giggles,) Enjoy your week!

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful photo, love the bride~

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear friend EG
Beautiful bridge and so romantic scenery!
Greetings from Luxembourg
Léia :)

mick said...

Just beautiful!

Aileni said...

Something of a Japanese print. Beautiful.

Eamon said...

Lovely - reminds me of Monet's Water Lillies, without the lillies.

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful shot. You captured an excellent reflection. This is on private property you say. How neat. MB

Kerri said...

Absolutely stunning image! WOW!

Denise said...

That is one of the prettiest bridges I have ever seen and this photo is stunning!

Martha in PA said...

The curve and design of the bridge make for a very serene atmosphere. Great capture!

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Arija said...

What wonderful reflections!

Tricia said...

A beautiful scene you came across there! That's fantastic! Wouldn't mind having a scene like that in my backyard!

Happy WW

Regina said...

Beautiful scene.
Excellent.

Regina

Linnea W said...

Oh...that's a really serene scene. Funny...I posted a bridge too for WW!

Tulip said...

love the curve of the bridge so lovely and sexy. the water looks clear and calm.

Rose said...

That bridge is a beauty for sure, and the scene is so peaceful and tranquil looking.

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