Sunday, January 06, 2008

Minisa Bridge

This is what's seen at the ends (on each side) of the Minisa bridge featured in yesterday's photo. These bridge ends are set in an angled position and are seen by all who cross the river via this unique bridge. Imagine this photo at the end of yesterdays stretch of bridge, and you'll get the idea of what it looks like.

10 comments:

Wanda said...

Oh Wendy this is outstanding. I clicked on the picture, and it just jumps off the screen. And the trees are wonderful in the background. This is a winner!!!

Web-OJ said...

That's damn cool!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

That's really a work of art!

Keropok Man said...

brilliant!

i like the 'wall' part of this bridge.

Annie said...

Look how those trees frame that bridge entrance/ending. It looks like such a lovely place there with a western monument to the original peoples of America.

Me said...

Neat pictures, well snapped! I like getting to know Wichita through your blog. Seems like a cool bridge, like they cared when they built it.

photowannabe said...

The craftsmanship of this bridge is so amazing. Your city has one beautiful work of artistry after another.

Hyderabad Daily Photo said...

Very beautiful art work and interesting to see it on a bridge.

BTW, I saw your comment at Q8 (kuwait daily photo) about why they don't allow bbq at the beach. My guess would be to prevent smog, although I don't know if Kuwait has this problem or not.

Leans said...

eso es simplemente hermoso! como me gusta la nieve,alguien tendria la amabilidad de hospedarme en EEUU, ja no mentira, saludos desde argentina.

Moi said...

its one of it own kind, Wendy...and i just saw the details on the later blog posts here......i know what you mean when you say you have started appreciating the world around you through this blog and camera ...same sentiments here too....sharing our parts of the world have helped us to take time and appreciate all that surrounds us like never before :)