Friday, January 25, 2008

Pettus Bridge from the Park

In winter when the trees are bare, Pettus Bridge is easily viewed from Bienville Park on Water Avenue.

11 comments:

Annie said...

That's a colorful view of the bridge, through the curtain of trees.

I'll post a photo of the mystery object tomorrow and you'll recognize it right away.

GMG said...

Sorry again for having been a bit absent here...
Lovely posts with great pictures!
Enjoy a great weekend!
Blogtrotter

Annie said...

Hi again, I posted another photo of the mysterious object that stumped you yesterday. Now you'll see what it is.

smilnsigh said...

Don't you love what can be seen, in winter time? I know I do. It's almost like my house is released from Sleeping Beauty's Castle! No, not nearly as bad as that. But... There is a lot of greenery around here, in summer.

Mari-Nanci

Jim said...

A great view. But with the bridge and river I think all views are probably great.

Meg in Nelson said...

I love it when you can see things you can't normally see, as in when something gets demolished, or something you can see seasonally, as in here. Lovely variety in one's life... I love the red here, too.

Sonia said...

Nice view!

Southern Heart said...

Great photo of a lovely view!

Hyde DP said...

winter does indeed open up new vistas

Squirrel said...

i love this bridge

Jilly said...

Such a lovely bridge and super photo.