3.10.2007

Saturday Photo Hunt - Architecture





15 comments:

whitney said...

Beautiful pictures :o)

Sarge Charlie said...

wow, great photo, i love old bridges. what part of the peach state, I was raised in a little place near Rome and now have a home in Blairsville.

There was still one of these bridges in Blairsville, road bridge, when we bought our place but has since been replaced with cement since the old one was declared unsafe.

Read some of my old post about my life as a child, you might like them.

Skittles said...

Great shots! I just love shots of bridges. Where did you take these shots at?

Thank You for visiting my blog. ;)

Sarge Charlie said...

I am quite the detective, I now know your husband is a soldier at Ft Gordon, to be truthful, I read your comments at Melissa's place. FYI, I got a tear, but you will learn that I am an old softie. Hard shell but soft heart. Anyone that loves a soldier is top notch in my book.

Sarge Charlie said...

Just a little gift, click on my sparkling flag and post it as a gift to your soldier husband.

Marcia said...

I love bridges, especially the old metal ones. . great photos!

Cats ~ Goats ~ Quotes said...

Very nice photo!
Mine is a Georgia one, too :)

Sarge Charlie said...

Now reading your comments I have to go introduce myself to cats-goats-quotes to see where her photo came from...

To answer your question, no I did not receive either of the medals shown so far, almost all of mine are on my banner, I do have two other medals that were issued by the state of Maryland and Florida, no photo for the banner.

The reason for the post is to show people what soldiers are waring on there uniforms and that they mean something. For example how many people would know what Sgt James Holtom has on his uniform, I know but most people do not, read my banner, it says this is a place of learning useful and useless information, so there you go.

FYI, I added you to my friends list so you will be hearing from me, we will be up in those cool mountains in early May, you and you family would be welcome to stop by for a tall glass of iced tea.

Off I go to see Ms Cats and stuff..

meeyauw said...

I love to see those old RR bridges. Until I was on the train going over it and suddenly what seemed sturdy from land seemed flimsy in a train! Obviously I survived because they are built well!

Stacy said...

Hi,

I love your pictures! You have a beautiful family.

God Bless You All:)

Sarge Charlie said...

I do not know what to tell you about the flag, I just posted a new one on top of my blog, right click, save image as my pictures, upload to your side bar. should work, this one was one try, maybe you need to try again

PowersTwinB said...

what a fabulous photo of the old train bridge! Just gorgeous! My photos are up, please come and visit

Marlene said...

These are great photos!! Amazing pictures of old train bridges -- one bunch of steel!

Have a wonderful weekend and greetz from Holland:)

Mike said...

Those are some cool pictures. I love trains and related items. There are some old train bridges near my house, I should have gotten out and taken some photos of them but was busy rearranging the house lol. A good post.

mar said...

Old bridges are so special, I love your pics!

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