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Thursday, 6 September 2012

THE BRIDGE TO NOWHERE...

THE BRIDGE TO NOWHERE-Infra red image
The third and final in this short series of infrared images......
This is a bridge with mystery surrounding it and that is why I chose to shoot in infrared. 
Why would anyone build a bridge across a small stream that doesn't really go anywhere? 
If you cross the bridge you would come right up against a mass of hedge and bushes. I looked very closely but there were no signs that there had ever been a footpath or indeed a gap in the hedge to pass through.....

8 comments:

Life Like This.. said...

May be because Trevor, NOWHERE is an amazing place to be. It's all about exploring, it's about journey...nah, not destination it will be an end then. Am I sounding crazy to you?

Greetings and regards,
Bhags

Robert Geiss said...

What an adventure. It probably rests there for long a time already. Please have a good Friday.

Alberto Oliver said...

Maybe it takes to another dimension, or another world :)

ADRIAN said...

It reminds me of the joke. 'Why did the chicken....'

Chandra said...

I love this photo! Job very well done, Trevor!!

Peace :)

Trevor said...

*Life Like This*
Nowhere can be a good place to be as you say Bhags...and no, you are not crazy..

*Robert Geiss*
I agree Robert, I think that the bridge has stood there for quite sometime...

*Alberto Oliver*
It could well be another world Alberto...

*Adrian*
It is just like that isn't it Adrian.....

*Chandra*
Thanks for that much appreciated praise Chandra....I am pleased that you like it, it makes the taking of it worthwhile.....

Life Like This.. said...

Thanks Trevor, I was looking for that reassurance from someone :P

Fernando Santos (Chana) said...

Excelente fotografia....
Cumprimentos