Monday, January 6, 2014

Is a Causeway a Bridge?






Ed, does a causeway count?



18 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

lovely reflections of this place.

Beth Edwards said...

i would say yeah. it gets you to the other side. if it was not there ... you would need a boat, or something else to get across those waters. ha. ha!! ( :

Willow said...

Woops my comment disappeared , if you get it twice sorry in advance :)
The causeway made for lovely pictures.
It's a very cool causeway , err bridge ?

Rambling Woods said...

It looks like it is.. Michelle

Retired English Teacher said...

These photos are just really, really lovely.

Gail said...

Whatever the name it is beautiful.

Sandra Crook said...

Really unusual.

eileeninmd said...

Pretty bridge and lovely reflections. Beautiful captures! Stay warm and have a happy day!

Ed said...

You bet it does, excellent shots..:-)

mariondriessen said...

I don't know, but I love your photos.

Sandra said...

i vote causeway... and also vote it is a very beautiful one and these are really creative photos of it

Delores said...

Love the reflection shots.....I thought a causeway went through the water and a bridge goes over the water...this seems to do both so.....a 'brausway'?

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

It sure is pretty!

MorningAJ said...

Super photos.

Tom said...

It counts for me! Great reflections. Thanks for sharing.

Tom The Backroads Traveller

Carol L McKenna said...

Beautiful causeway ~ lovely photos for rurality ~ carol ^_^

Far Side of Fifty said...

Love the reflections and how the last one looks like a heart on it's side:)

henrygl.com said...

awesome n lovely shots.............how beautiful is it that nature reflects love :), wow!!

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