Sunday, April 10, 2011

Sunday Bridges - New

Andy | Sunday, April 10, 2011 | Best Blogger Tips

Completed in 2010, it's part of the Water Front Trail crossing over the Rouge River.
See more bridges at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

14 comments:

  1. I see the curled in roof. Is it like my Grafton bridge to stop people from jumping?

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  2. You are right Ann. It also stops people from throwing rocks and other junk below.

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  3. This is quite an impressive new footbridge. The wire mesh along the sides of the entry and on either side of the top is interesting. I guess they are trying to keep people from jumping over. For a modern structure, I think it has a lot of personality and in its own way it quite pretty.

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  4. completed in 2010 and someone has already marked it up with grafitti...what's wrong with people?!! nice footbridge!!

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  5. Very nice. And yes, just like Tanya, I noticed the brand new graffiti too.

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  6. It's a shame they need to 'enclose' the bridge to prevent bad thing from happening. I suspect the view is amazing.

    My perspective on graffiti is strange. I despise it on new things, like this bridge, but actually think it enhances abandoned sites.

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  7. Too bad about the graffiti, but I like the style of the bridge. The shadows are also really nice. :)

    PS: Thanks for the advice on milk bags, etc. We are going out to look for a holder today. Plus we are visiting a home in Pickering. Keep fingers crossed. :)

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  8. I like the perspective in this, the shadows too

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  9. This is an intriguing design, with those overly wide triangles requiring some kind of structure included to stop you from falling through. The mesh rather spoils the effect.

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  10. I have never seen that bridge before. Cool one!

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  11. It is kind of a cool looking bridge. I like it. MB

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  12. That's a mighty smooth lookin' trail. Is the whole thing paved in concrete?

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