Thursday, February 4, 2010

Drawbridge - Highway 40 over the St. John's River

8 comments:

tapirgal said...

Bridges, rivers . . . my kind of thing. This is very blue and beautiuful. I started to type "bleu." Either I've been around Ciel too long, or I'm hungry.

joo said...

Great bridge! There is something romantic in bridges, isn't it?
I love the shades of blue in your photo - 'bluer shade of blue' one might say:)

Chris said...

Beautiful picture Jacob... I love the color of the sky and these nice clouds around. It gives a bit of perspectives!

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

I think you got more blogs than me. Thankfully I left some of my just set on the back burner and stew and Google finally, blessedly, deleted them after I had deleted them 90 days before.

I like this shot too but not as much as the one with the clock. Wow, that is some photos. This looks almost like the bridge near Jupiter or in Jupiter. I don't know the details but if you live there you would.

Have a good one. Remember us today as we are headed into at least 8 1nches of snow.

Small City Scenes said...

I do like bridges and there are many in Washington--at least on the Western side of the state. Do many tall boats go through? Probably sail boats. MB

Jacob said...

@ Abe - There are many of these kinds of bridges in Florida...I think the one you're talking about in Jupiter crosses the Intracoastal...

Can't believe you're gonna get more snow!

But spring is coming!

Jacob said...

@ Small City - Yes, there are some tall sailboats as the St. John's is a huge river heading toward the Atlantic Ocean...

brattcat said...

Oh, these blues don't make me blue at all. They make me feel warm, even in this nippy attic. Thank you, Jacob, for bringing us some marvelous sunshine.