Sunday, August 10, 2008

Swinging Bridge at Bluff City....

The fog was rolling in Saturday morning as I passed the swinging bridge on my way to the P.O. I'm glad I had my camera with me.
The only thing you can see here is the duck. I think it looks so peaceful.

10 comments:

Margie's Musings said...

It's certainly beautiful, Clara.

bobbie said...

Nice shots, Clara. The duck looks happy. He doesn't need to see above.

Judy said...

Your pictures are so good. There is something about fog I like. I don't think I could make myself walk across that bridge though. I am so scared of heights.

Peggy said...

Very nice photos. I love how the fog shows up in them.

grammyof13 said...

I thought I had lost you. Love the pictures and you and Lisa seem to be having a great day together. by the way, I just picked up what the celebration was about. No More Chemo?!?! I need to read farther back in your posts to learn what you are talking about.

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Blessings

Grammy said...

Dear Clara,
Beautiful pictures! Don't you love early morning? I do. I certainly think swinging bridges are nice to behold, but not to walk on! I have a good story about a swinging bridge that I crossed one time. I'll tell it sometime.
Grammy

Beth said...

What lovely pictures, Clara. They do evoke a feeling of peace. I love that swinging bridge-it makes me want to visit Bluff City, just so I can walk across it!

Beth said...

And, by the way, Clara, thank you for making me laugh in your comment on my post about my collapsing closet. That joke was hilarious! I told it to my family tonight at supper and they laughed and laughed!

Rachel said...

I love this picture. Most of the swinging bridges are gone now. We often crossed them when I was a kid. It'd be fun to cross that one!

My brother used to run ahead on the swinging bridges and jump up and down to make them rock and sway. He was a very naughty boy!!

Anonymous said...

You take amazing pictures! I happen to love walking on that bridge, Bluff City doesn't have much to do but I seem to go to that bridge very often.