Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Bridging the Gap #4 and a not so Wordless Wednesday #9

Today's Wordless Wednesday won't be so wordless due to combining it with another meme.  That one being…



 

Bridging The Gap is hosted by Alice over at I Was Born2Cree8 all this week.  Please take a moment to stop by her blog for a visit and to find other participants.

These bridge pictures are from the Japanese Garden at Como Zoo in St. Paul, MN.  We stopped there in June on our way home from vacation.   Here is a previous look at this garden on my blog.
 

 
  


 
 
 The lady in the last photo is my mom.  Poor thing got drug around by me while I snapped photos all over the place.  

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11 comments:

juliana said...

i love these garden installations and this one is just lovely.

ellen b said...

What a beautiful place and I love this stone bridges!!

rmgales said...

I love these photo. The stones are awesome!

Melli said...

Ohhhh my GOSH!!! Como Park Zoo!!! I used to live just minutes from there! I LOVE that park! The zoo was not much when I was there - but the PARK was fabulous! I'm sure the zoo has improved 1000 fold! (i lived there 32-33 years ago...) How cool!

Carletta said...

So serene as it should be in a Japanese garden!
These are lovely.

Sorry I'm so late getting around today.

Quilldancer said...

Oh I love garden bridges! I am so glad you found some unusual ones to share with us!

Carver said...

I love those stone bridges and I bet your mother enjoyed being there with you.

Kristen Andrews said...

love that stone bridge

Alice - I Was Born2Cree8 said...

Minkydo, this is such a unique and beautiful little bridge, in a breathtakingly beautiful looking park. I like the way you included the rocks and the slab, all are BRIDGING THE GAP!! Thanks for sharing this with us.

Tink *~*~* said...

The gardens look so serene. I would love to just sit there and listen to the water and the birds and the wind in the trees. Ahhhh!

Tink *~*~*
My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

Tina said...

i love bridges in gardens. they make them so peaceful.

thanks for stopping by my ww. sorry im a little late in replying back! :)