a queenly bridge

By: Lesley

Oct 03 2010

Category: bridges, Durham

11 Comments

Aperture:f/3.3
Focal Length:4.6mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

The Queen St Bridge into Durham crosses over the Saugeen River. For the summer, it has been festooned with  a generous amount of flowers.

Participating in  Sunday Bridges

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11 comments on “a queenly bridge”

  1. Hiya Lesley,

    More a garden feature than a public bridge.
    What a lovely idea to decorate it and make it into a thing of beauty.
    I like the way you got the entire length of the bannister/railings into the shot.

  2. Nice one! Thanks for dropping by! Have a great week ahead!

  3. I love this bridge with all those flowers. Lovely!

  4. A lovely photo! How wonderful it would be to walk across this bridge everyday!

  5. Lovely bridge.

    I had those flowers once in my other house, are they fuchsias?

    • I don’t think they are fuchsias, though they do look similar. I have tried to find out exactly, but I am sadly, not good at botany. Anyone else know?

  6. A beautiful photo of the flowers and the bridge. Interesting to have the blossoms in the foreground of the snapshot. Terrific!

  7. It´s so lovely!
    Have a nice week!
    Elisa, from Argentina

  8. I love this beautiful white bridge. The flowers decorate it nicely!

  9. Beautiful colours! ~ Another Southern Ontario photobug


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