Sunday, June 27, 2010

Under, on, and next to the bridges

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Somewhere in central Israel, somewhere between Jerusalem and Megiddo . . .

folks in the bus must have wondered why I was snapping so many pictures of "boring" bridges.

But this was a bridge with a tiny house being transported beneath it,

and this one with a Magnum ice cream truck on it,

and behind this one, some major construction was starting, in the middle of nowhere.

And one single bridge had actual greenery under it.
Could it really be spanning some water?!
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Bon dimanche to Louis la Vache and all the bloggers at his Sunday Bridges.
Go take a look; there are some REAL bridges there!
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13 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Lol Dina! I have thought of doing that too when I drive to Quimper but then, with old age coming on and becoming wiser blah blah blah I decided against driving and photographing too often!

Luna Miranda said...

people give me strange looks, too when i take pictures of everything and anything.:p fabulous shots you got--some of these look exactly the same as our bridges here.

Dina said...

Ciel, hehe, glad you are old and wise enough to keep your hands on the wheel. Luckily I don't have a car, so I just hang the camera from my neck and sit back and enjoy the long bus trips.

Luna Miranda, shalom. Maybe we should all get T shirts that say BLOGGER, and that would explain our constant picture-taking. :)

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis'» favorite of the series is the one with the ice cream truck on it. «Louis» likes to see his bovine brethren gainfully employed...

As always, «Louis» is delighted you once again joined Sunday Bridges!

Kaori said...

Amazing how you took these photos while moving! Wonderful shots :-)

Kay said...

I'm so happy that blogging bridges so many people around the world together. Your bridges were a lot of fun to see.

JM said...

The tiny house being transported is a great capture! :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

wow Dina,
Great work with these bridges for this theme!Beautiful scenery, I think you have enjoyed a lot this moment! :)
Have a nice week,
Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

Elisa said...

Hi,
Nice shots, well done. I share with all of you the Sundayn Bridges. Thanks Louis!
Best regards from Argentine
Elisa

VioletSky said...

What I appreciate is how you got such good random shots of bridges with very little traffic on them.

one planet said...

bridges are always good ..

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Isn't it amazing how memes can affect how we see our surroundings? Good and clever captures.

Jew Wishes said...

Great photos, Dina! Bridging the blogging world gap.

I like to take photos of bridges too, especially when a passenger in a car or on a train or bus.