June photo challenge: Bridges

June’s photo challenge over at A ‘lil Hoohaa is Bridges. I thought this might be quite the challenge for someone land-locked in middle Missouri. But I did succeed in finding five samples of bridges…in one form or another.

While not exactly Bridges of Madison County quality, it is covered foot bridge. I really like this shot, and you might remember it from this post HERE.bridge 3 72

This one spans a small run-off creek in an area where I routinely walked over my lunch break…until it got too blasted hot during the day.Bridge 1 72

Discovered this one when I took a new walking route. It’s by the same lake (big pond?) where I found the  goslings.
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And this one is the real McCoy, over the Missouri River.
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And, last but not least, this bridge is in my family room. Hey, no one said it had to span water. 😉

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Go on over to A ‘lil Hoohaa and check out the other interpretations of Bridges for June!

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9 thoughts on “June photo challenge: Bridges

  1. Faaaaaaaabulous bridge photographs, Lisa! I may have told you earlier this month that one of my other blogging friends is also participating in this photo challenge.

    I really like the variety you came up with because each one is so uniquely different.

    That foot bridge is so lovely. And the one that spans over the lake (#3) is really, really nice. Great shot of the real McCoy! And the one in your family room is so cool. Love the pots you have on top.

    Well done, my friend!

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  2. You not only took great photos, you made me want to go for a walk. Not in Missouri, tho. Way too hot and muggy there. 🙂

    I love the “bridge” in your family room, too. Clever…

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  3. I like the footbridge. That would be cool to come across. I also really like the crossing of the Missouri. Lots of great lines.

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