Which Way ?

Which Way Photo Challenge

Which way?

Across the Albert Bridge in London?

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Up the stairs to the roof of the White Tower at the Tower of London?

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Or through the forest with my horse Biasini?

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Or get out of the “way” of the charging knight and horse in armour!

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Which Way Photo Challenge

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30 Comments Add yours

  1. txjessy says:

    Beautiful pictures!!

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you I’m glad you liked them.

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  2. Your pictures are all beautiful but the bridge wins. It is magnificent .🐎🐎

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    1. anne leueen says:

      I took that photo a couple of weeks ago when we were in London. We took a walk I’m the late afternoon on the south bank of the Thames through Battersea Park. As the sun went down the lights on the bridge came on and the sky turned a rose color. It looked wonderful. I’m glad you liked it too.

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  3. cigarman501 says:

    The overgrown pathway reminds me of my ancestral home…which no longer exists.

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Where was your ancestral home? The pathway shown in my post is in a forest that is part of a regional conservation park.

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      1. cigarman501 says:

        I grew up in Lancaster County in South Carolina, a little place, then, called Indian Land. We had a dirt road that led to the Catawba River that your path reminded me of. I wrote a book entitled Pathways about growing up on that dirt track. I did ride horses down it.

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        1. anne leueen says:

          Thank you for sharing that.

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  4. great pictures 💕

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  5. Emma Cownie says:

    I love the Albert Bridge, all lit up!

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you Emma. It was one of those Magic Hour photos.

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  6. sandyjwhite says:

    Nice picks for the challenge, Anne!

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  7. dprastka says:

    LOVE your photos!! ❤️

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  8. Very fun! I love bridges, and for a 145-year-old bridge, Albert looks pretty jazzy and modern

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    1. anne leueen says:

      It was a perfect time of day for the photo. There is a sign on the south side of the bridge that advises troops who March over the bridge to break step. I loved that. It just can’t take that thumping in unison I guess.

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      1. Yes, I’ve heard that from relatives who were in the army. A bridge that can carry tons of heavy trucks, can be broken up by the vibrations from people marching in step. The London Millennium Footbridge had to be closed on its opening day, because the engineers hadn’t reckoned with the vibrations from people stepping in unison, as they tried to compensate for the swaying motion of the original design. The engineers had to add more cables to stabilize it.

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        1. anne leueen says:

          Yes. My son who lives in London told me of this and said it was called the “wibbley wobbley” bridge!

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          1. That’s great! 🙂

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  9. Very cool photos–thank you for sharing!

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    1. anne leueen says:

      You’re welcome. It was a fun challenge

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  10. Beautiful photo ❤️

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  11. These are fantastic. Thanks so much for joining in. 😊

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you for posting the challenge!

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      1. My pleasure. 😊

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