22 December 2013

Sunday Bridges: Helsinki


Helsinki, spring 2011

I'm linking to Sunday Bridges.



12 comments:

  1. Nice bridge. Interesting topic to photo challenge. I've already noticed it with you. On my old blog I also had such a one-off.

    Have a nice Sunday!

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    1. Thank you Daniela! Have a lovely Sunday!

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  2. Nice bridge but a bit difficult to pass with a motorboat or is that not in question.

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    1. Thank you! Small boats can pass it. There's a small boat marina in the bay.

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  3. This bridge reminds «Louis» of some of the bridges over the Seine in Paris. It looks as if you took the photo on a nice warm day - a nice change from the chill we are having this winter. (It is unusually cold here in northern California.)

    «Louis» thanks you for contributing this to Sunday Bridges!

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    1. Thank you Louis! We're having an unusually warm December.

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  4. A lovely looking bridge - I saw too little of Helsinki when we were briefly there some years ago

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  5. Exquisite picture, a wonderful place!

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  6. Is the water higher than normal in this photo? I know in the spring here we see higher water levels as the snow begins to melt in the mountains and the surrounding area. It's quite a lovely spot.

    I really like the photo on your sidebar to the left (your background?). So beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Shirley! It's the same here in the spring, especially if we've had a lot of snow and lots of rain. I think the water was quite high in this photo because we've had lots of snow the last two or three winters. This is the first winter for a while with no snow at all so far. The background is one of Bloggers. I think I had it last year too.

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