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Tuesday Photo Challenge-Bridge

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Here is my entry for Frank’s over at Dutch Goes the Photo Blog Tuesday Photo Challenge – Bridge.  I usually post some of Oregon’s famous bridges which are huge and beautiful.  I have hundreds of those types of photos, but I decided to go with smaller walking bridges for this challenge.

Small Bridge at the Marina which is on the Willamette River in Oregon City, Oregon.

Walking bridge in Lane County, McDowell State Park.

Small walking bridge, Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon.Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

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