Thursday, April 3, 2008

The Bridge

This bridge has a cute nickname. Tomorrow I'll tell you where it's located and what the locals call it.

40 comments:

Alan said...

A teaser... oooooh... we wait with bated breath. :)

Annie said...

From this perspective they could call it a ladder bridge, right?

Andrea said...

Wow, interesting looking bridge. I see it as a ladder too. The only ladder name that comes to my mind is Jacob's ladder. Is this ladder in southern Alabama where you went to visit your mother or local around us Dot?

Small City Scenes said...

Ooohhh, I can't wait. I wanna know
now. MB

AVCR8TEUR said...

It looks like those monkey bars one would like as a kid. Regarding your comment on my blog about kayaking. I tried it once and it was quite a strenuous activity.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Now that is an interesting bridge, can't wait to hear what they call it.

Paulie said...

If it were the other direction, I would call it the Eiffel Tower BUT since it isn't, it looks like film clips -- kinda a slide show. . .

Paulie said...

Thought of another idea -- maybe "roller coaster"

mrsnesbitt said...

Hmmmmmmmmm! Hubby would have an interesting view on this....sadly too technical for me to follow.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I look forward to finding what the name is and where it is Dot....
I know a joke about a broken bridge Dot... I'd tell you but you'd never get over it... ha!

patsy said...

where and what?

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very different perspective. I'm trying to imagine what it looks like in the distance. Hmmmm.

happyone said...

Cool picture! Will be back tomorrow!
Have a happy day.

Marie said...

Several beautiful photos larely :)

Marie said...

...lately...

deborah wilson said...

Dot, Is someone standing on top of the bridge? It looks like a gated walkway....

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Sonia said...

Amazing photo! Great perspective!

Craver Vii said...

It looks like a loose reel of film!

david mcmahon said...

What a great angle, Dot.

Small City Scenes said...

Dot, My mother made a wall hanging of this poem. So this is what living on an island is like.
"If you ever lived on an island
If you ever lived by the sea
You'll never return to the mainland
Once your spirit has been set free"

There ya go. MB

starnitesky said...

I like the angle of view of the bridge. I will be back tomorrow.

quintarantino said...

A very well done photo!
By the way, I can assure you that know people do wash their feet before stomping the wine ...

Josie said...

Ohhh, a cliff hanger. Or would that be a bridge hanger?

That is an interesting photograph!

Ash said...

Good one!

I've been given the Excellent Blog award and I'm very happy and honored to pass it on to you!

Carole said...

Doesn't Mobile have the most interesting bridges? And you've been clever enough to give us a mystery, dot! These are great.

Lori said...

I've never seen a bridge quite like that. Very cool.

guild-rez said...

Dot,
very interesting bridge pictures.
A ladder to heaven.-Cheers.

Marie said...

Beautiful sky watch! These photos could have been used in "Bridges between"! Look for it at RuneE in Norway!

Betty said...

Dot,
This looks like some modern sculpture.....does look like a ladder....

Thanks for the visit...Betty

pts said...

i loved it!

marcia said...

You got some great shots I like bridges, but they also scare me, I had gotten some of the 5-6 level mix master highway bridges that really scare me here to post today before I caught the fighter jet picture I posted today

Petunia said...

Great shots, Dot!
Waiting.... :P

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

Looks like a giant's jungle gym - neat!

Lyn said...

wow those are very nice . love the bridges!

T.R. said...

There is so much imagery in your shots and a lesson to look beyond what appears to be.

imac said...

Great stuff Dot, such fantastic angles and capture for sky watch.

Marcos Santos said...

Muito Bom (Very Good)!

The car was in motion?

Ida said...

Very good SWF shots.
No. 2 and 4 are great! :)

Rick said...

Its been a while since I have seen and been across that bridge. It is HIGH!! Great view all around from up there...

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