Jul 152014
 

It might look as if we are in the middle of the woods, but we cross this red bridge on our way to the library in the middle of the city here in Metro South Florida. The red bridge connects a residential neighborhood with a small park that is full of homeless people and a lot of not-so-nice things…they even found a dead body there once. Let’s just say that we almost ran out of there screaming.

Red bridge
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  13 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday Linky: The Red Bridge”

  1. It would look nice in powder blue too heheh!

    Have a bridgetastic week 😉

  2. Oh! My! That sounds scary!
    Happy WW!

  3. That doesn’t sound like a nice place but the bridge is absolutely stunning.

  4. I love the direction of this photo! moving forward is the way to go. Lovely capture =) #WW

  5. Gorgeous photo!

  6. I wonder what it is about red bridges that makes them so interesting.

  7. See that is one of those pictures that does not divulge the truth until it is told. I would have never known. Yikes!!!!

  8. That is so cool. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Gosh, and it looks such a beautiful place too…. pause for thought!

  10. Yikes that sounds scary. Looks so beautiful on the other side though.

  11. Very nice!!
    Thanks for sharing, have a nice week!

  12. Hi, and thank you for sharing at Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) at In Him We Live and Move and Have Our Being. I wanted to let you know that I’m transitioning to a new site – http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com – which will have a photography focus. Currently there are two pages. One is where I will host Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) each week at midnight on Tuesday, Eastern Standard Time. The second is a place for you to link up your main blog url if you host a weekly Wordless linkup. Eventually I hope to include some photography how-to’s and resources. If you have any suggestions of content you’d be interested in, please email me at image.in.ing at gmail dot com.

    Thanks, and I hope to see you there!

    Sue

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