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Monday, March 03, 2008

Under the Roving Bridge


This is the underside of the Manchester Road Roving Canal Bridge.

The pigeon I previously showed you waiting here probably wasn't ready to fly out into the light but return to its perch.

Today's post is our contribution to Broer som Binder [Bridges between]. More details and links to other participents can be found on Runes TX-Blog

23 comments:

Daniel J Santos said...

Well catch, great photo.

George Townboy said...

I love bridges ... can't think of any in my immediate area though. Nice photo.

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alicesg said...

Interesting, never really looked what is under the bridge. I think we should looked around us. :)

Katney said...

It is interesting to look at the understructure of bridges of various designs.

Paulie said...

Has to be built sturdy to carry people or traffic over it! Very interesting! What does a roving bridge do?

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Nikon said...

Nice shot, Gerald. I'm glad that the pigeon has a home!

Squirrel said...

I never thought of going under a bridge--yet I like the look --you are clever--The sluicegate was very nice too. We have loads of bridges, I will try and find a small safe one (wish me luck)

Anemone said...

So funny, so nice, and so different picture of a bridge. Just love it :-)

Nice week to wishes come from Norway.

RuneE said...

That was a highly interesting angle to the bridge Theme. One always sees bridges from the top, or the side, but seldom from beneath.

You have to do that to see how it works.

HildeS. said...

Great shot, and very interesting:)

ArneA said...

Intriguing angle of showing a bride. I liked the link-photo better

lynn said...

That teaches us to look up under bridges. I don't think i ever do.

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Nice photo and a great shot:)
Have a nice day:)

Lilli & Nevada said...

Very interesting

ANNA-LYS said...

That is a new view
and it sure appeals
when we can inter-view

;-)

Thanks 4 sharing!

Anne-Berit said...

So thats how it lookes under the bridge.And the pigeon just sat there fot you to photograf it.Perfect:o)

imac said...

Ah, underneath the Arches,, Bridge.
Nice one Gerald. The side thats not often seen..

GundaM said...

Hmm, nice shot!!!

Love from Norway;)

Berit said...

Very interesting photo!!

Marie said...

Great photo.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Definitely different. ;-) It's nice to visit blogs whose creator's think outside the "box."

Ida said...

Interesting angle. Cool photo. :)

Truls said...

A brigde is much more than just a bridge. And for many more than it was first attended. As you show in your photo. Very nice!

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