To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
Wonderful catching up with all your lovely photographs. I have walked on bridges like this before but have to say I find them a little scary. Would love to be braver :)
This is a very pretty bridge, but there has to be a story behind the name.
A bridge to the world's end? Oh, gosh, that's something!God bless you!Cezar
Great shot but no, no,no ... with my vertigo I would never live to tell the tale!
Hi StewartOnce while in Wales we ended up high on the hilltops.... heather, gorse, and sheep was all we saw... then we came to a sign that said Worlds End... we ended up in Eglwyseg valley north of Llangollen... the views were along the way were just stunning and the only sign of humans were the odd shepherds house with a wisp of smoke from the chimney... I have never forgot the place... If you Goggle 'Worlds End' you will see that theres many of them dotted about.... thanks for jogging my memory about this beautiful peacful place.
There's a World's End in London, and fortunately you don't have to walk across such a scary bridge to reach it.
That must be "the" scary swinging bridge.
Mac: That looks like a strong bridge.
World's End, huh???? Not sure I'm ready to take that bridge.... Looks like what I call a "Swing Bridge".... Those things are scary!!!! Anxious to hear more about the World's End.Betsy
I got dizzy just looking at the picture!Sunny :)
I would be SOOO scared. But I'd do it anyway!
er not sure i'd fancy that bridge
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