Thursday, April 3, 2008

Clear Creek Park

The foot bridge over the pond in Clear Creek is dangerous! As I was backing up to take this photo, I found the one loose board, lol. Luckily I was paying some attention to where I was backing up or I might have been in real trouble.

13 comments:

brian said...

LOL! It's a nice photo, glad you didn't fall in!

Jim said...

It doesnt look the sturdiest. But it does look neat.

Southern Heart said...

Jana, that is a wonderful photo...great perspective! I'm glad that you didn't have a board mishap, too (the things we do for photos...).

Just Roaming The Cities said...

Oh my goodness, I'm jealous at how green your grass is! Ours in Minnesota is still a lovely shade of beige, but finally its in the
50's and soon to green things up!
Love your shot below this one of the duck. In the reflection it looks like he's looking right at you. Nice blog!

Chuck Pefley said...

wooden bridges are nice. I like the shadow as center line. Loose boards can sure be hazardous, though.

Dusty Lens said...

Rustic looking bridge and focal point. Careful not to fall through. ;)

Pat said...

Oh, my goodness! Thank goodness you didn't fall! Lovely image!

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Neva said...

A great looking bridge!

USelaine said...

I hope you're okay, Jana. Haven't seen one of your wonderful photos for a while.

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

Looks like that bridge could use a little TLC, it is ok if you fall in the pond but dont get the camera wet.
I wonder if the rate of Autism isnt increasing, but is being diagnosed now instead of being ignored, I imagine in some rural areas the affected kid would have been put to work cleaning the pig sty etc.

ptowngirl said...

This is a great picture. The bridge is very scenic and so is the beautiful lush grass. I'm glad you didn't fall in!

Kim said...

This is such a peaceful and serene photo...very well done!

Lessie said...

What a wonderfully rustic bridge! (Course, rustic does have its downfalls -- sometimes literally!)