Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge: Bridges

The third week of Sonel’s black and white challenge asks us to show the word “Bridge”.

A very unhappy Ryan "enduring" the bridge between our old house and our new home.
A very unhappy Ryan watching the bridge between our old house and our new home.
Early morning on the bridge to the fishing pier in Edmonds.
Early morning on the bridge to the fishing pier in Edmonds.
Ryan and his cousin Emma walking from Grandpa's boat to Orcas Island.
Ryan and his cousin Emma walking from Grandpa’s boat to Orcas Island.

For more unique interpretations of bridge please visit Sonel’s Corner and her Black and White Challenge:  Bridge.

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9 thoughts on “Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge: Bridges

  1. Wow! These are such beautiful shots hon and I just love them all, especially the pier and the last one of Ryan and Emma really is stunning! Thanks so much for taking part. Much appreciated. 😀 *hugs*

      1. You are very welcome hon and thanks for being here. All thanks must go to the bloggers that are giving those great ideas and I am glad that you’re having fun. 😀 *hugs*

  2. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog recently and giving me a ‘like.’ We used to live in the Pacific Northwest so I always love hearing from someone out there! I’ve really enjoyed peeking around at your blog. Your photos are great and these really caught my eye!

    1. Thanks for coming by for a visit! I really like Wordless Wednesdays for the opportunity to see new blogs and I’m happy I found yours. 🙂 It sounds like you enjoyed your time in the Pacific Northwest!
      Lisa

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