Thursday, July 12, 2012

Think Back Thursday ~ Bridge

Today's theme is

It could be a big bridge or a small one. 
A covered bridge or uncovered. 
You can have people on the bridge, or cars, or maybe a horse drawn cart/carriage, or even nothing. 
Does that sound like fun. 
I have a few bridge pictures I would like to share, do you??


...this is a drawing of the Battle of Antietam. 
I used this drawing in the post last week that introduced our topic for today.
I did that because I have pictures of my kids running over this bridge. 
I posted them for the week we did Think Back Thursday ~ Visiting Historical Sites
Click the link to visit that post if you didn't see them or want to see them again.

the bridges of Winterthur

Jessica on the left, Rachel on the right

Lazy Days


 Christopher in blue
Nathan in burgundy

these are 2 of the pages I made for 
Nathan's digital scrapbook slideshow
for his graduation.
My daughter Jessica took these pictures as his Sr. photos.
She did a great job.

The photo bottom right has a bridge in it.
This bridge is the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
We live near it and can see if from our upstairs bedroom windows.

Nathan, on a pier, which is sort of a bridge, in a park near our home.

I thought I had a couple pictures of a covered bridge over the Brandywine River which is not far from our home, but I could not find them. 
My husband has a cool picture of me on a covered bridge that is in Valley Forge National Park. I don't know if he will participate and show you that or not, I hope so.

Next Week the theme will be...
it could be your current church,
a church you used to go to,
a church were a wedding was performed (yours or a friend, relative, whatever)
a church you just visited and thought was quaint,
a country church or a city church,
or even a famous church or cathedral.
I already have some church photos in mind.

Now it is your turn.
Let me see your bridge photos.

Here are the Rules for participating:
The purpose of Think Back Thursday is to link up a photo post about something from the past. You can reach back all the way to your childhood and bravely post pictures of you in your wild clothes and hair styles or post something from last year and tell us about it. I'm not picky. Hey, even yesterday was the past... LOL My posts will mostly be about events that happened prior to blogging, as a way to share those things with the world.
  • It can be about you, about your kids, about your parents, whomever. You can include video, I will not exclude video alone posts, but I prefer them along with photos, as this is a photo meme. I am doing a weekly theme now. That should help narrow it down from the myriad of photos we all have. For ideas check out the other posts in my label Think Back Thursday. 
  • Link up below. Please use a permalink that sends readers directly to the correct post. If you are not sure what that is click the word permalink for an explanation. 
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Kym Thorpe said...

What beautiful pictures! I especially like the bridge with the twig-style railing.

Sorry I missed last week, but I did get something up about bridges today, and will plan ahead for next week.

Tess said...

I loved your photos! I really thought I had more bridge photos but I had to get creative for this post. I am looking forward to next week.

Cristi said...

Great pictures again this week. I wasn't going to post until you mentioned the Battle of Antietam. I was certain I'd find a bridge picture in one of our many battlefield tours. There might still be a Civil War bridge on my harddrive somewhere, but I stopped looking when I found a cute set of photos that I had forgotten about. It was funny to stumble across a memory today. Thank you!

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I love all of the different bridge photos!


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