I love 'em! It's amazing how narrow that bridge is - not much more than the train! It the structure crooked? The second shot is very interesting.
So, you weren't walking on this train bridge were you? (I have a friend who did just that, and along came a train...lots of panic, near miss and tons of adrenalin!Scares me just thinking about it...)
Impressive, to say the least!
Lovely bridge and reflections..I'd like to run down it!!Have a wonderful Easter-
Did you risk your life to take this beautiful picture of the bridge ? You were standing on the rails, lol !
Wow - superb perspective! Great shots.
Beautiful view! Just enough to see, and imagine.
What a beautiful area this is, Jill. Wish I was there to see it in person. I love the angels of your shots, they are both captivating and draw you right into the photo.
beautifully interesting shots.Molly
Hi there, I'm not exactly sure how I got here, but I'm glad I did.I love you photos...If you don't mind, I'm going to tag along.thanks!patricktillettphotography.blogspot.com
The photos are beautiful - I'm not sure if I like them ... or the black and white ones better! I guess I'll have to say I LOVE them ALL!!!
Your shots are great and the nature is wonderful.Too bad you can not climb anything .. it's good to touch the stone :-) We hope to get a dry summer for you, then perhaps there may be some climbing.Wish you a blessed Easter also:-)
Terrific shadow shots for the day, Jill! So crisp and clear and I love the reflections in the water! Hope you have a very Happy Easter weekend!Sylvia
a great piece of art in itself.
We have similar old structures around my home place too, I love to catch the play of shadows on these old rail bridges.
What a wonderful shot.I love it.Happy Easter-
Good shot ... it looks so real, I'm getting vertigo!
Totally beautiful! Great comp & colors.I remember only once walking a rr bridge(Kinzua Bridge built 1882) . It was no longer used to carry freight, only a sight-seeing train. Walked across and back, 301' ft high. A couple of years later a wind blew it down.
Beautiful perspectives enhancing the intricate patterns created by the ironwork!
That is not only a great shadow shot but just a lovely, scenic area. Thank you for sharing and I wish you a wonderful weekend.
Love the shadow on the water. Beautiful!
I like it. And it IS crooked! I thought optical illusion at first. Nice Catch.Here's MinePeace
Cool shot of the trestle. Good thing a train wasn't coming. Great shots!
Wow those are really great shots! Such depth in them and nicely composed.
It might be crooked but i love it, beautiful.
This one looks great...happy SS!
hmm, well i did walk on it, half way. Don't worry...the tracks aren't used anymore (i should have taken some more pictures of them at certain points - totally torn up and eroded!). Thanks for the nice comments, everyone :)
Very lovely shots! You have a great blog! I wonder how much the bridge wobbles when a train passes over... ;)
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