BRIDGES BETWEEN – Weekly Photo Challenge

“Love is the bridge between you and everything.”

Rumi

RAILROAD BRIDGE, ALASKA

RAILROAD BRIDGE, ALASKA

This week our challenge is “between”, which I’ve chosen to illustrate using a few of the beautiful bridges I’ve seen in my travels. According to the MacMillan Dictionary, a bridge forms a “connection between one group and another, or between one situation and another.”

I captured the bridge above from a train while traveling to Denali National Park in Alaska.  If you look closely you can gauge the size of the vista based on the tiny people in boats rafting the waters.

ONE LANE BRIDGE, PATAGONIA

ONE LANE BRIDGE, PATAGONIA

This bridge, and the one below are both from our travels through Patagonia. The first gives new meaning to the term “one lane road” while the second shows just how beautifully a bridge can span the incredibly azure waters.

LONG ROAD TO A SMALL HOUSE, PATAGONIA

LONG ROAD TO A SMALL HOUSE, PATAGONIA

 “Action is the bridge between your dreams and reality.”

Apoorve Dubey

Not to be outdone, the U.S. has its share of beautiful bridges. The first capture below is from our west coast travels two years ago; the second from last year’s visit to the beautiful red rocks of Sedona, Arizona.

MOONLIT IN MENDOCINO

MOONLIT IN MENDOCINO

 “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.”

Jim Rohn

BETWEEN THE ROCKS, SEDONA, ARIZONA

BETWEEN THE ROCKS, SEDONA, ARIZONA

 “Bridge the gap between where you are now and the goal you intend to reach.”

Earl Nightingale

To see what some other bloggers saw “between” click here.

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114 thoughts on “BRIDGES BETWEEN – Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. I’m so glad I mentioned Rumi to you, since you’re now bringing Rumi back to me. I take such pleasure in your blog. Diane

    • Hey Diane, great to hear from you! And thanks for the lead to Rumi, I love his quotes as do many of my followers :-) So glad you’re enjoying the blog and appreciate the lovely comment!

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