Friday, April 16, 2010

Covered/ Photo Hunter

A covered bridge over a creek

This week's Photo Hunter challenge: covered


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18 comments:

ewok1993 said...

this theme today lends itself to so many interesting interpretations - just like yours.

happy weekend.

George said...

I think this is a great photo for the theme.

YTSL said...

That is lovely. Could see myself wanting to linger on that bridge. Are there nice views from there? Hope so! :)

luna miranda said...

love the rustic covered bridge.

jams o donnell said...

Great shot.We just don't get covered bridges like that in the UK. Have a great weekend

me ann my camera said...

Lovely. I had the same thought for covered, actually I have a whole blog of covered bridges pictures at:http://nbcoveredbridges.blogspot .com/

Have a great day Ann

Maya said...

You covered the theme well. Thanks for visiting mayarn.

pjpink said...

very pretty

SASSY MOM said...

I love the rustic feel of that bridge... great take!

here's my covered take

Kathy said...

It's easy to think why someone would build the bridge over a little creek but it took some special thought to want to put a cover on it. Aren't you glad they did?

Small City Scenes said...

What a sweet little bridge. You covered it--LOL. MB.

wildcatwoodscats said...

Love the covered bridge - Mom did one too on her other blog.

Marta said...

Lovely little covered foot bridge. Perfect for this week's theme.

Scott said...

I like these little bridges. With this one the word quaint comes to mind. You definitely have this theme COVERED.

noel said...

aloha,

what a great interpretation of the theme today, very creative and colorful, i love the covered bridge

Carver said...

What a charming covered bridge. I like the way covered bridges of all kinds look.

Lorna said...

that looks like a wonderful place for a walk....my photohunt, as usual, is all about me.

Carolina Victory said...

What a sweet little bridge. Love your choice for this theme!

Annie
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