Weekly Photo-Challenge: Walking Bridge

Bridge

A few color shots of walking bridges in Central Texas.

The Waco Suspension Bridge crosses the Brazos River in Waco, Texas. It is a single-span suspension bridge with a main span of 475 feet. Opened in 1870, it contains nearly 3 million bricks (Wikipedia)

The sunlit shot is of a pedestrian bridge in Lampasas, Tx, which crosses over Sulphur Creek. This small Texas town used to be home to a health resort in the 1880’s, drawing visitors to soak in the medicinal water of Hancock Springs.

The bright green railings of the walk bridge in Salado, Tx help visitors cross over small ravines as they explore the artist galleries, shops, wineries & breweries in the artsy enclave.

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