Monochrome Madness- 2-32-

I’ve slowed down with blogging to deal with some life issues but could not miss Leanne Cole’s madness for monochrome on Tuesdays.

the auld brig Tay
“The Auld Brig” on the River Tay, Perth

There is something wonderful about crossing over a bridge. They have the same effect as doorways. On the other side is a new space and time, often unknown. Some bridges are so long you can’t see what’s at the end of them and other times it’s what’s under them that delights the eye.

So let the rivers run, let all the dreamers wake the nation and cross over the bridge

Liffey River
Ha’penny Bridge on the River Liffey, Dublin

to  the heart of old Dublin and the Temple Bar district where music and Guinness flow with the rhythm of the old river.

 bonny bridges of Scotland

23 Comments Add yours

  1. How I do love bridges 🙂 I especially love the treatment of the first with the beautiful white vignette. I do hope all is well with you, Cybele!

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    1. many thanks Stacey- they are so picturesque over there! But they can be spectacular here too!

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  2. Maria F. says:

    I love the light on these, and the contrast!

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  3. Norma says:

    There is something romantic about the bridges. These pictures look marvelous. 🙂

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    1. many thanks Norma!

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  4. Such bewitching images, Cybele.

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  5. katieprior says:

    Beautiful black and white bridges Cybele! I’m glad you can’t miss MM on Tuesdays, it keeps me going too! Hope life sorts itself out for you soon.

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    1. Many thanks Katie for your encouragement!! Blessings!

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  6. poppytump says:

    Lovely variety of moods and sense of time in your MM images Hannah… sometimes it’s the sky and in others it’s the solidity of the bridge. I liked your thoughts about ‘crossing’ too.
    Hope life settles down for you soon .

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    1. I so appreciate your comment Poppy and well wishes!! Thanks and blessings!

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  7. Mark Simms says:

    Lovely images Cyb, particularly like the moodiness in the first shot.

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  8. DG MARYOGA says:

    I crossed over all your wonderful bridges,I wanted to see what was at the very end and underneath!I experienced unending beauty through your lens.Stayed a bit longer on the River Ness bridge looking for Nessy,but there was no sign of her … Beautiful work,dear Cybele!

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    1. haha!! we looked for Nessie when we were there but she was hiding for tourist season lol!! Very pretty bridges there! Thanks Doda!

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  9. sheldonk2014 says:

    These are beautiful
    As always Sheldon

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    1. Many thanks my friend!

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  10. They are all so beautiful!

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    1. thanks so much Pam- you probably are familiar with them all!!

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      1. Not all, but certainly the bridge over to Skye. 😊

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  11. robert87004 says:

    I really like your ha’penny bridge photo, especially. 😊

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    1. I love old Dublin!! Thanks Robert!

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