This bridge is not actually "secret." Just thought I'd confirm that to avoid being accused of "telling stories" as my Mom used to say. I see this bridge several times a day, and it is in a rather hidden location, and it doesn't get used all that much except by the local deer population. This just struck me the other day as being one of those things I see everyday and seldom fully appreciate. It got me thinking about the juxtaposition of nature and man-made adjustments to nature.
Irresistible signage in Ybor City, Tampa, Florida. I had already eaten at the Green Iguana, so I did not sample the fare at this eye-catching location, but the bust above the sign was calling out to be recorded. Really. I think it was literally calling out. I could almost hear it.
Not quite sure what the chair was about, but it did not belong to me and I did not have time to move it when I took this picture as the tour guide was calling us back to the bus. That's right. I was on a day tour from my cruise ship, not chillaxing in my personal vacation home. But I can dream, can't I?
The increasingly well-traveled Canon PowerShot A590.
Found object. I did not drink the beer, but on the hot Florida afternoon when I took this picture, I was wishing I had. Wandering around Ybor City I sighted this artfully discarded soldier and couldn't resist the opportunity to immortalize the languishing litter. Taken on 2 August 2010 in Tampa, Florida.
In case you're still not sure: Canon PowerShot A590.
Christian Quarter in The Old City, Jerusalem, February 2010. It was overcast that day. I promise I did not edit out the sky. For some reason the picture came out just like this, as if the sky was simply stark white.
I only have one camera, actually: Canon PowerShot A590.