It appears the lady skaters are dressed rather lightly for winter in Alaska.
I like the shadow play the photographer captured as well.
Alan has posted a unique wooden bridge with people milling about and a reported dog (black) and quite large, and he blends in well with his male companion. Can you believe I discovered a painting of a man with his (white) dog crossing an old wooden bridge? Well, I did.
Blind man on the bridge - Thomas Gainsborough
1727 - 1788
In keeping with winter and bridges the photo below is of a partially dismantled pontoon bridge.
Winter of 1895 - 1896
Playing in the snow has it's rewards.
....and it's tastier rewards as well.
Oh delicious, sweet maple syrup, your name says it all. The sweet molasses savor you leave lingering on my taste buds, lasts oh so long!
Sometimes, there are such heavy snow falls that the public school systems declare a
Valdez, Alaska 1910
Wintertime can have it's downfalls like below
January 28, 1922 - Blizzard
Although, some people make the most out of blizzards!
Not to foget
A Famous Bridge
View across moat to east bridge from entrance to
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial
Theodore Roosevelt Island
Potomac River Washington District of Columbia, DC
A rather well know bridge below. Can anyone guess where this photo was taken?
It has appeared in numerous movies.
and the bridge below is also located in the same area.
I hope you all take a moment the next time you cross any bridge-
and give thanks that someone put it there!
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