Wednesday, September 4, 2013

A Single Photograph

“The hardest thing in life to learn is which bridge to cross and which to burn.”
- David Russell -


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    1. We all face those decisions at one time or another.

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    1. Thanks, Janice! It's always so nice to see you here.

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  3. beautiful perspective on this photo!

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  4. That quotation is very true. I've crossed some bridges I should have burned and vice versa.

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    1. Haven't we all? Although at my age, most of the bridges I should have burned have been torched by now...LOL...

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  5. Where was this picture taken? It looks familiar.

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  6. I've made a few mistakes with bridges! LOL! Love the shot!

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  7. yes, where was this taken ... it does look familiar... I've burned many a bridge ... on purpose. The process like dying is the bummer ... but the results? freeeeeedom... well, unless you believe in hell and then oh, baruther

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    1. This photo was taken in Peterborough, Ontario; not too far from where I live.

      Yes, sometimes you experience liberation after you've burned down a bridge!

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  8. ... and sometimes it's easy to decide, but difficult to do. Great old bridge Martha. :)

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    1. So true, Nancy. Some bridges are much harder to burn down even though it's necessary!

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  9. Neat & beautiful bridge view! really, great quote..
    Regards, my new post
    Captivate beauty of city palace in your memories.

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    1. Thanks for the nice comment. There is always something interesting to photography if you just look around.

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  10. This is definitely one of those 'bridges' I would happily cross. Nice shot, Martha!

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    1. It was a beautiful one, Jim. And right beneath it is a lovely body of water; one of the gazillion here in Ontario!

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