Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Wordless Wednesday-Bridge to Somewhere




The bridge to somewhere.  For more Wordless Wednesday, go here.
Somewhere so scenic, I'll be going back as soon as possible.

13 comments:

Nancy Brown said...

Thank you so much for visitng. I am sure your daughter is a wonderful nurse.

your photos make me want to find some cute amazing people to take photos of.

Nancy

Pamela said...

Where does it take you Junebug?

Gattina said...

Looks beautiful ! just for a little walk to nowhere !
I just saw your engagement picture what a handsome couple you were ! (pardon, still are, lol)

Egghead said...

Junebug that engagement photo is great. Your hubby looks a bit like Tom Hanks there don't you think? Great bridge. Where is this?

lareine said...

bridges always have a mysterious air about them... and your shots captured that atmosphere:)...

by the way, you have a lovely banner and you are a lovely couple:)

Maureen Hayes said...

This is such a nice shot and it lets you imagine where the bridge leads to. Love that the trees are starting to change and add some lovely color as well.

Check out my WW offering for this week at:

http://beingchronicallyillisapill.blogspot.com/2008/11/wordless-wednesday-falls-last-hurrah.html

Happy WW!
Maureen

Jeanette said...

Those are great pictures. I have some similar ones taken on one of our walks this summer.

kitten said...

Awesome!

Junebug said...

This is Little Missouri Falls near Mena, Arkansas.

Kila at momto3cubs said...

Nice photos :) I love a good walk.

But, ugh, that bridge's design is totally wrong for its setting! I was redoing it in my mind. Should blend in more with the surrounding nature.

my blog said...

Very pretty! I really like the first picture!

The Arthur Clan said...

This is such a beautiful bridge and the scenery is lovely as well. Really neat photos!

swampy said...

At first, I thought Tom Hanks was sitting there with you on your masthead...Great photo !

Love the bridge that leads us to wherever our imagination can take us.

Now, you mentioned "torching" web worms in your comment today. I just had to giggle because the post that's up now, refers to that.