Saturday, October 2, 2010

Shadows of the Bridge

The new bridge at Chambers Creek Properties
(picture taken by my older son)

The new footbridge at Chamber's Creek Properties is such a nice bridge. It's made of cement and has metal railings and has a graceful curve. I think it's beautifully designed.  It crosses over the railroad tracks and goes down to the beach.  There are two staircases from it that descend to the beach--one staircase leads to the left side of the beach and the other leads to the right side.  And the top part of the bridge continues until it goes out over the beach and ends, like a dock.




Our shadows on the rocky beach below the bridge
 (above picture taken by my younger daughter)


 

Sunday Bridges
Shadow Shot Sunday

16 comments:

  1. What a wonderful foot bridge. Beautiful images. Exactly where are you? M

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  2. Hiya,
    That makes for a lovely walk. How long is it?
    The sun must be strong, as the shadows are positively inky.
    I enjoyed seeing that. Thanks.
    (1jo.co)

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  3. this is a great location for a foot bridge. i like the curvy shape, too.

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  4. Thank you all!

    Good questions! The bridge is in University Place, Washington, and I found out that it is 900 feet long (and 12 feet wide).

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  5. These are wonderful! I love how you so perfectly combined the two memes! Thanks so much for joining in Shadow Shot Sunday :)

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  6. I was also wondering how long it was. It seems many people are enjoying the long hike!

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  7. Welcome to the Sunday fun! And what terrific captures! Love the bridges and the beautiful skies! We do get those now and then here in Washington, don't we? Look forward to seeing more of your photos! Enjoy your day and have a great week, JayLeigh!

    Sylvia

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  8. Wonderful photos. It looks like a beautiful place to visit. I really like the shot of your shadows on the rocks below you. Thanks for sharing!!

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  9. cool lines and shapes. great shadow shots!

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  10. It seems a great bridge!
    Have a nice day
    Elisa, Argentina

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  11. It's beautiful, but I'm wondering why they built it. It seems to go back to the starting point.

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  12. What a lovely curve on the footbridge. Nice shot your son got!

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  13. Excellent! This is indeed a graceful bridge - and a welcome contribution to Sunday Bridges.

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  14. It looks as though it's getting a lot of use...great photos!

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