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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Hyde Park Bridge


The South-East corner of Hyde Park consists of a wild wooded area with a brook flowing through it. It is crossed by this moss-covered bridge.

The area downstream of the bridge can be seen on my photoblog sithenah.

The area upstream of the bridge can be seen on Hyde DP Xtra.

4 comments:

marley said...

That looks and sounds like a nice place.

Tom said...

You have done exactly what you did last week... ha! I am planning a walk around the park tomorrow morning.. weather and heart beat permitting. Last week it was Dunkirk Lane bridge... and now Hyde Park..
It's a case of 'Great Minds Think Alike' or 'Fools Never Differ' ha!...
All the best to you both Gerald Jane and I wish you well.

RuneE said...

It seems it has been repaired once or twice. I would have been a fine specimen for our old "Bridge"-meme.

emily michelle said...

Gorgeous! I'm jealous you have such lovely parks. ;)

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