Sunday, November 30, 2008

The famous Albert Street bridge on a cool foggy autumn morning. This bridge holds the world record for longest bridge over shortest body of water.


15 comments:

Chuck Pefley said...

Absolutely lovely disappearing into the mist ... that's also quickly thining :)

Anonymous said...

Is this London England or Regina? Very stunning pic.

magiceye said...

love this! beautiful!

The Tile Lady said...

Oooh, I really like this one! Very mysterious! Yes, it reminds me of England!

Marie

Winifred said...

It's a lovely picture. Yes it does make you think of England.

Maybe it's the fog. You'd think we had a monopoly on it!

Jackie said...

I'm loving all the foggy pictures that are appearing on the portal these days. This one is gorgeous.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Awesome host. I love that the bridge disappears into the fog like that. It kind of brings home the fact that it's a long bridge.

Wayne said...

Very effective Guy. As mentioned already it has a European feel about it.

Leora said...

The perspective and the mist give it a mysterious feel. Lovely, again a great use of the park structures.

PJ said...

That's a mysterious looking bridge. I imagine you're seeing a variety of weather this time of year, lots of opportunities for great photos.

Becky said...

It seems fog is settling in for the winter around the world. It's very foggy here today and has been every day for the last week. I love fog, so I have no problem with it, and for that reason, LOVE this photo. Great focus, great perspective, great subject.

Rob (Inukshuk Adventure) said...

Oh yes, it looks just like Kew Bridge in West London where I used to live.

Greyscale Territory said...

I love this bridge! In the short time I was in Regina, I remember being fascinated by the designs and colours of those small pylons! Any chance of a close-up of these?

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Awesome shot!

AMH615 said...

I love the fog! You caught it just right.

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