Oct 16, 2010

A Bamboo Bridge


This bridge is located at the back of my grandfather's house. Very simple one; but still useful. Every time acrossing it; I always walk very slowly.
Don't you dare walking on it?
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11 comments:

Birgitta said...

Very beautiful b&w shot!

Dragonstar said...

The roundness of the bamboo would worry me, but the whole path looks a lovely place to walk. Very nice photo.

Ana Cristina said...

Nice and so bucolic!!

Dindin MK said...

Di kampung ibu saya lebih parah bu, bambunya cuma 2 buah buat nyebrang sungai selebar 5-7m...

anyway, it's nice b/w!

Carver said...

I love the bamboo bridge. It's very charming.

Genie said...

I, too, love your bamboo bridge. I walk slowly and carefully across our wooden one here at the house. There is something very beautiful about this shot. The light is lovely as it is bouncing off the bamboo. Nice composition.

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

How exotic this is - probably very beautiful in colours too :)

http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/10/17/Weekend-in-Black-White.aspx

Leah said...

Bamboo bridges are very common here in the Philippines.. I've been walking on bamboo bridges back at home.. so yes, I guess I'd dare walk on it. Hehehe... It looks steady and safe, anyway. Nice shot.. =)

Here's mine.. Hope you could visit back and drop a comment. Thanks.. =)

http://neneleah30.blogspot.com/2010/10/beach-scenic-sunday.html

Hearts content said...

I remember walking in those bridge when we go to forested places with small streams in Philippines. Made me nostalgic, Lina. Happy Sunday!

kathy said...

It's funny coz when we went to the Philippines for a family vacation, my hubby tried to use an old bamboo bridge and since he's heavier than everybody else, he almost broke it.. LOL...

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Pinx said...

This photo is nice! Thanks for visiting me. I'll include this blog in my links, if you don't mind.

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