Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Wordless Wednesday

the longest two tower suspension bridge between anchorages in the Western Hemisphere.

Have I mentioned lately how much I enjoy living in Michigan? *wink*
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19 comments:

Melanie said...

Wow! I get a little nervous on bridges! I don't know if I could hold my breath long enough to cross that one!

ju said...

great one! a stunning view

Maggie said...

Phobia! My belly is all a flutter.

amy said...

I love those...Beautiful!

mama k said...

My Grammy lives in MI too.

Great shot!

Happy WW!

Pearls of Wisdom said...

Great shot! Thanks for sharing and Happy WW.

Angel Mama ():)

UntrainedEye said...

As I was crossing this chasm of liquid i looked down at the GPS and what do you know water everywhere it was not a good experience then I was thinking this is almost as far as i drive to work everyday. I googled it and it is half the distance i drive daily. I hate this bridge i'm always glad to get to the other side.

Nice post babe

DaHubby

KC said...

Great Shot.
Happy WW

tegdirb92 said...

stunning!

Jenn in Holland said...

really gorgeous. I love bridges. The engineering just amazes...

RaesMom said...

I remember crossing that bridge in December on a trip to visit frends when I was in college. It was so scary since it was snowing and us southerners aren't use to snow. We chose a different route home to avoid the bridge again! ;)

kaliblue said...

Great photo!. The work that goes into building bridges like this is amazing{:-).
HAppy WW!

Dawn said...

Freeeeaky!

Thea said...

Beautiful shot, but bridges freak me out!!

Comedy + said...

Can you walk this bridge like the Golden Gate in San Francisco. My husband and I did that a few years back. What a wonderful experience. Happy WW. :)

Toni said...

Great picture!

My WW is up at Being An Air Force Wife

Sherry said...

Awesome! Long I can handle, but those huge arching bridges over the shipping channel in Houston I can do without.

Rayne said...

Wow! This is an excellent photo. I would be so nervous going over this bridge. I'm not good on very long, high bridges. Makes me feel wobbly inside.

Nise' said...

I love living in Michigan too! Tell me, are one who can drive over the bridge or one who cannot?