The Great Wall Bridge


A Wandering Memory

An interesting daily-post photo challenge this week of – Bridge

Most countries around the world have an example of a bridge within their borders. Some are modern, some are beautifully decorated and some even define architectural brilliance.

Having traveled extensively there were so many that sprung to mind

  • Golden Gate
  • Sydney Harbor
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • Rialto Bridge
  • Tower Bridge
  • Kapellbrucke
  • Stari Most

However I wanted to share an experience, instead of just an image this week.

The experience in question is hiking the Great Wall of China and undertaking the daunting task of crossing a rickety old bridge where the wall has decayed and crumbled.

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This bridge gave us another dimension on the marvel that we were witnessing, however I must admit to being a little worried about its stability!

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10 thoughts on “The Great Wall Bridge

    1. I agree, this is one of the many things that I would have liked to have been able to see in my life yet did not get to, but, I have been blessed to get to see such things in pictures and in movies.

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      1. I have never been able to afford to travel around the world so I have had to settle for traveling through books, internet news sights, TV shows and movies. Yet that is much better than never getting to see other places around the world or never even knowing that they exist. I love the beauty of nature much more than the beautiful buildings of mans hands, but both are nice. I have been all over the lower 48 States of the U.S. and I have been in all the Provence’s of Canada (in a truck) but that is all. I have been all over the U.S./Mexico border but I have never crossed it. Now, even if I did the the finances to travel (which I don’t), I don’t have the health to do so, I have been disabled for almost 5 years now.

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