Friday, 26 September 2008

Sky Watch Friday

Bridge and sky.

You can see the blue sky is trying to break through the cloud. Last weekend it won the battle. We are told the same will happen this weekend. We finally get our Indian summer. Thankfully.

This is the crisp white Honeybourne foot bridge, Cheltenhams newest bridge.

To join in with Sky Watch, and to see skies from all over the world, head over to the Sky Watch Friday Blog.

24 comments:

babooshka said...

Glad you set what it was I was clueless. Love the nagle you got a real neck breaker. You optimist sod an Indian Summer yes please.

BTW. I prefer your flower shots to mine. You really capture the beauty of florals. I get bored and go artsy.It's called cheating.

Larry said...

Hi Marley, I love the bridge in the photo! We have a relatively new bridge here in Redding California. I will have to post a photo next SWF.

shutterhappyjenn said...

Oh wow.. what a great shot! Very awesome photo. I wonder how you captured this.

My SkyWatch is here. Hope you could drop by, too! Happy weekends!

Jim said...

I like the lines, but where is the part you walk on?

Ming the Merciless said...

Cool structure. Glad you mentioned it was part of a bridge. I thought it was a modern art sculpture or something.

Hilda said...

That's a very handsome foot bridge. Like Ming, I first thought it was a modern sculpture.

Hope you get that Indian summer. We're in for a very wet weekend again.

Chuck Pefley said...

Quite graceful looking. I like the form of this bridge.

luna miranda said...

nice angle...i like the curves.

magiceye said...

beautiful composition!

Bibi said...

Like the angle of this! Glad to see someone's enjoying an Indian Summer.

Louise said...

Cool bridge and nice angle for the photo. Glad you're getting some blue skies!

reluctantfarmchik said...

SO pretty - love the contrast between the bridge and the sky. Very nice.

Knoxville Girl said...

Marley, how did you get this cool shot? Were you lying down on the pavement?

Ms. Hays said...

If I hadn't read your description, I would have guessed it was a roller coaster ride. hehehe

Corky said...

Great photo, I am impressed.

Jackie said...

That's such a cool photo - can we see the bridge as a whole sometime?

I think it looks really good enlarged too!

D.C. Confidential said...

Oh, I like this. The bridge adds a wonderful contrast to the sky.

Very nice! Have a great weekend, Marley. I'm off to the National Book Festival on the National Mall tomorrow. Care to join us?

brian said...

i really like the shapes of the bridge against the sky, nice photo! you know, sarah palin told congress 'thanks, but no thanks' when they tried to give her money for a bridge =)!!!!

brian said...

Oooops, sorry. she took that money and then said no thanks.... but kept it anyway =)

nothing partisan to see here, move along =)

Tommy V said...

interesting photo.

Rambling Round said...

It looks brand new! Great perspective for Skywatch.

Arija said...

Very clean lines in yourphoto.

Gail's Man said...

I thought it was part of a shopping centre or something. Will you be showing us a full version sometime soon?

Neva said...

I love the angles of this bridge....nice shot, Marley....

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