Sunday, March 18, 2012

SUNDAY BRIDGES--The Military Museum

Kalemegdan Park also houses a large indoor and outdoor military museum. Not of the least interest to me, but I needed a bridge for Louis La Vache's SUNDAY BRIDGES!

That cute little black dog doesn't look too interested either....

11 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee.... «Louis», being quite interested in military history finds this to be just the ticket! As always, he thanks you for your participation in Sunday Bridges!

Luis Gomez said...

Very nice shot Bibi.

Julie said...

Ah, but being Australian, I would be interested because it is an OLD building. Anything older than 200 years is old to us.

Gaelyn said...

Cute dog. I'd rather the bridge went over a moat full of water.

Jim said...

That's a terrific bridge.

Ann said...

I find it hard finding bridges, have to steal, borrow and beg

Lowell said...

You are so funny! I went to the Musee d' Army in Paris. That was interesting. Sort of. That old cannon looks mired down in the dirt. And the museum looks like it is located in an old fortress of some kind. The picture is a cool take on the theme.

Have a wonderful week ahead!

Honest Abe said...

Not so much interested in guns except the kind you can shoot a robber with. This is an old World War I gun that lobbed shells across trenches and then blew everybody up. Makes an interesting photo.

Bibi said...

The actual museum building is behind me in this photo. The wall seen here is part of the Kalemegdan fortress.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very good photo.

Regards and best wishes

Lesley said...

Ah, but the cannon adds a bit more interest and fear to the shot.