6/12/11

poet's bridge



This is "Poet's Bridge"
The bridge was paid for with winnings bet on a horse called "Poet".
Not quite as romantic as you thought, is it?!


18 comments:

Cathy said...

so serene...

Pieces of Sunshine said...

This is beautiful. There is an air of mystery drawing you into the distance, yet it's nicely framed with the over-hanging tree. Lovely photo!

Laura~DancesWithTeddyBears said...

A gorgeous image!

Marissa ♥ said...

I looks like such a calming, peaceful place.

Heather T. said...

Love the misty look in the photo, it creates a story in my mind. What was the little black circle thingy to the right??

Lesley said...

The winning horse could have had a more unfortunate name, I guess! I like how the red stands out in the mist.

edenhills said...

Maybe not romantic, but it's still a beautiful bridge. Very peaceful picture!

Teresa

bailey-road.com said...

This is a really lovely photo! A pathway of light in the water leads us to the beautiful red bridge in the mist!

Linda Makiej said...

Such an awesome beautiful view!!

Debbie said...

this is just gorgeous...LOVE the reflection and the serene vibe of this photo!!!

Henrietta said...

no it is not so romantic but the place is beautiful romantic place. Love how it is little foggy.

Crafty Green Poet said...

beuaitufl misty view, and being a poet myself i can just make up a more romantic story for the bridge!

Kate said...

The horse anecdote may not be romantic, as you claim, but I find the scene very romantic! It's lovely and very serene. I am also fascinated by your bio...taking risks certainly has been a life changer for you. Bravo!!

Deb said...

great photo...interesting story...

Sushma Harish said...

stumbled upon ur blog...and awefully lively shot is this. loved it.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

I find the story extremely interesting! Imagine someone using their gambling winnings to build a bridge. I love it! Love the photo too. Gorgeous scenery. :)

And thanks so much for linking up to YSB this week! I truly appreciate it.

the little things... said...

so peaceful and serene.. interesting tidbit about the bridge. Its always interesting to hear stories behind the photo.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I still like to think it's a romantic place!


DAWN TO DUSK

Yellow’s the color I wear at dawn
When dancing dewdrops spangle the lawn.

Red is the color I wear at dusk
When earth and sky are dry as a husk

And nothing stirs—not even a wing
Of bat or swallow or anything!


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