Saturday, November 24, 2012

Ed Hendler Bridge

Ed Hendler Bridge by Just Used Pixels
Ed Hendler Bridge, a photo by Just Used Pixels on Flickr.

I'm back from my trip to my daughter's up in Washington where we had a wonderful family Thanksgiving. Would have been even better if I could have stayed longer. This is one of my souvenirs from the trip.

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10 comments:

darlin said...

Welcome home Scott, sounds like you had a wonderful time and a late Happy Thanksgiving wish sent your way. I personally don't think that we only need one day to be thankful, it's a holiday, like Christmas, we can carry in our hearts the entire year through.

Your photo is stunning, absolutely perfect in every way. I love the deep colors of the water, and how you've captured the vastness of this bridge. Fantastic!

Have a wonderful weekend Scott!

Lucy Corrander said...

It's beautiful.
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Sandra said...

stunning, I enlarged it 3 times to see all the detail and wow and wow again. you must have been in a boat. glad you are home safe and sound

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Well done Scott.

Katherine said...

Hi Scott...haven't stopped by in a while, hope all's well. This is an awesome picture of a spectacular bridge. A great souveneir!

Sacha said...

Superbe et très belle photo !
Sacha

Rick said...

Beautiful contrast of the light on the bridge and the ominous sky in the background. Makes for a lovely souvenir (to put in a photo book ?).

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Like the light on the bridge!

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Thanks for the gift...amazing light. Hope you had a wonderful time and didn't overeat yourself on all the goodies.
Hugs Dagmar

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

I too have been falling behind in blog reading, Scott, but always enjoy visitng your blog to see stunning images like this one. Glad your THanksgiving travels and time with family were wonderful. And, this image was a great "souvenir."

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