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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gatling, Jul 15, 2006.
The sandy beaches aren't too far now.
I like the diving platform in the fourth pic.
Near Camargo, Chuquisaca, Bolivia
Preah Vihear Province, Cambodia
That looks like something that could turn out bad , if you sat and thought about it to long ..lol
The "road" I was on ended at a 20 ft drop off and the woman pictured was kind enough to direct me around to the detour route in the photo. That bridge was in fine shape compared to the other ones I had to cross lol and the XR was the perfect bike for wandering around the jungle in Cambodia.
Old Hwy. 104 over the Arkansas River, Haskell, Oklahoma. Built 1911, bypassed 1982.
Next time, I'll take my DR and ride across it.
The reflection makes that bridge look mighty tall
Wooden R.R. bridge
A couple from Humboldt Co.
Port Royal State Historic Park in TN. The stone column just beyond this bridge was used to support a covered bridge until about 1998 when high water and floating trees knocked the bridge into the river. There was nothing to rebuild.
This bridge can be seen from the same parking area. It is now a pedestrian bridge.
Narrow gage R.R. Bridge. ( to the left )
A warmer time of year, come on summer.
Remains of old Hwy. 51 bridge over Fourteen Mile Creek, Hulbert, Oklahoma.
Near Carter's Lake in northwest Georgia..... a twofer this time both bridges span the Coosawattee River
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