52 Weeks Of Donna's Life

Donna's Photo Challenge

6. Bridge


Ringling Bridge from St. Armand's Circle to downtown Sarasota, FL

Ringling Bridge spanning Bird Key to downtown Sarasota, FL

One of Sarasota’s newest bridges, the John Ringling Bridge was a long time coming. Now that it has materialized, the populace seems to be liking it but there were quite a few years, while in the decision-making process, many people thought it best to keep the original drawbridge and, in doing so, keep an authentic look to Sarasota.

A foot bridge in Adventure Park leading to Paws Park.

A foot bridge in Adventure Park leading to Paws Park.

Every day, I walk over this smaller arched bridge in our local park. It is a popular bridge for picture-taking. Most often, there are parents taking pictures of their children, high schoolers taking “selfies”, graduates recording their milestone and even an occasional bride and groom accompanied by their photographer. It is, after all, a very picturesque little bridge.


Author: donnagf1

An enthusiastic amateur photographer, I enjoy picturing the events, people, animals and things in my life. And so joining in the "52 Week Challenge" of interpreting life through a lens sounds as if it will be a lot of fun -- presenting my view through the lens and seeing how others in our photography group interpret their views concerning a given subject.

2 thoughts on “6. Bridge

  1. like the first but the second one has more feelings.

  2. Thank you — would love to have included pics of the many photographers I have seen on the bridge but realize that would be a bit of an intrusion!

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