Saturday, December 1, 2007

December Theme - Bridges


Sometimes in PNG when you need a bris (bridge) you have to build it yourself.


Bit rushed - have just flown in from Port Moresby, will visit tomorrow.

32 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

That is my idea of a perfect bridge. Put a roof on it and it would be like mine, a covered bridge.

M.Benaut said...

....And a perfect everything else !
Hope you've got 'them' shoes OFF.
Those feet must be aching !

lv2scpbk said...

I like the natural bridges better except maybe crossing them. You have a wonderful photo here.

maria elisa said...

best bridge i´ve seen today.

Rambling Round said...

Hey, if it works!

Kate said...

Certainly unique! I, too, admire it but hesitate to use it!

dive said...

Wow. The perfect bridge for just sitting on the edge and dangling your feet into the water. Lovely, Jules.

Peter Fristedt said...

A small bridge is also a bridge. Very nice.

Old Wom Tigley said...

What a cracker...
Great to have you back Jules... Looking forward to seeing what you have been up to..

Gwen said...

Very scenic nature bridge.

Jilly said...

Trust you to come up with the perfect bridge. This is just wondrous! You've won my prize for the best of the day - a best amongst many fabulous bridges. Super photo, Jules.

Bergson said...

It is a bridge which it is necessary to cross in bathing suit!

imac said...

Welcome back Jules, what a nice bridge, dont think i'd like to cross over it tho.lol.


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Hyde DP said...

DIY bridge - my you are a fast worker

Joy said...

Hey, Jules! Lovely lovely photo. Dive and I are ready to house sit any time for you :D

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Ben said...

It's nicely done. Looks like a permanent one.

Kerry-Anne said...

Wonderful photo - the bridge in its simplest and most functional form! That water looks terribly inviting.

ro_pumpkin said...

so that one is a d.i.y. bridge ? great idea !

Mo said...

Wow, excellent photo.

FĂ©nix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Well, Jules, what a nice little bridge you have here. Also a real surprise to see you commenting on my blog...

Have a nice day.

sam said...

cool

GMG said...

Great to see you back safe, though crossing some amazing bridges...
Quite interesting was the post with the pictures of the pikinini; actually, in Portuguese, a small child may also be named "pequenino", which most probably sounds quite similar to the PNG. I wonder whether this is some reminiscence of our travels in the Pacific Ocean...
Have a great week!
Blogtrotter

Sally said...

DIY bridge; I like it!

Squirrel said...

I like bridges like these-- no safety requirements, but probably more stable than one might think.



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Marie said...

Frankly, this is one of my favorite bridges so far. I like it a lot.

Donna said...

Hope your feet are staying dry!! And that you're having fun!!!

photowannabe said...

I'm with Kate. It looks a bit tenious to me.

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great photo!

Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog. The only thing our two bridges have in common is that they are both crossing over water (but even that is different, mine is slow moving while yours is raging).

• Eliane • said...

Love it! Not that I would really like crossing this one. Especially if I had to build it myself!

Anonymous said...

Jules, i come from Rabaul and i just love those lovely shots of yours. I am certainly going home this christmas. Keep it up! Lorrie

Jules said...

Hi Lorrie - so pleased you are enjoying the photos - it is a magical place hey????