Bridges to go forward ! (weekly photo and travel theme challenge)
In life happen to cross many bridges, not only those built …
So what better than immaginary and real means to go forward ?
Ailsa was inspired by crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, one of the bridges that I crave to cross sooner or later, for a new challenge in “Wheresmybackpack”.
Well, waiting to cross Golden Gate me too, here some bridge that I met under my feet and my tyres.
In Italy we have the city with probably the largest number of bridges and also the most historical bridges : Venice !
The most famous is certainly the “Ponte dei Sospiri” (Bridge of Sighs), but Venice is full of little bridges that smell of its glorious history .
Another particular bridge in Italy is in Comacchio…
A characteristic rope bridge I’ve crossed waving is Carrick a Rede in Northern Ireland
Carrick a Rede
Last but not least, two modern bridges: the Poseidon Bridge of Patrai in Greece and the bridge that introduce us at Dubrovnik
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Una di queste foto mi ricorda tantissimo un luogo che vedo spesso 🙂
Non sono sparita Max, ma purtroppo questo per me è un periodo terribile e non ho un attimo libero, di conseguenza trascuro i blog e gli amici piacevolissimi come te. Appena possibile tornerò a frequentare come prima!!
Mi piace molto la foto di Comacchio. Ciao.
Great gallery! Where is Comacchio situated? Fantastic bridge – so unusual.
Thank you Ann Christine. Comacchio is little nice town in Emilia, on Adriatic sea. Next to Ravenna, Unesco Heritage for Mosaic.
Here you can see a little report and at the end, a link to other photos…
Grazie Stefano ! Ponte e meteo particolare si sono prestati 😉
😀 Dai, capitano periodacci così… Resisti !
Thank you ! 🙂
Thank you very much for your trouble!
You’re wellcome !
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Some lovely images, Max. I’ve never seen that impressive-looking second Italian bridge, and the Dubrovnik one seems so out of context with the city. Great choices!
Thank you Jo ! 🙂
Terrific post, love these images and your comments.
Thank you Tina 😀