Sunday, July 4, 2010

Sunday Bridges--A sunken bridge

Last Sunday, Kim of Seattle Daily Photo showed us two floating bridges. Not to be outdone, I now show you one sunken bridge! Recent floodwaters have submerged this bridge that leads to the fisherman's society boat in Zemun. There are people out there, so I guess they ferry back and forth!

This post is for Louis La Vache's Sunday Bridges meme.

Happy Fourth of July to those of you in the U.S.!

17 comments:

Steffe said...

That looks a bit problematic.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

No wonder it is called a sunken bridge.

Gaelyn said...

OMG, you DO have a Lot of water. Swimming anyone?

Luna Miranda said...

from a floating bridge to a sunken bridge!:p water can be destructive but it's great that you captured this scene. quite a unique post.:p

Chuck Pefley said...

Looks a bit more like a fish ladder than a bridge -:)

Happy 4th to you, Bibi!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Uh oh. Once the waters recede, there will be some serious repair work going on. Happy 4th.

Francisca said...

I love the surprise of the unexpected! LOL

Greyscale Territory said...

Such a strange sight! Thhe bridge barriers now almost look like the top of a weir!

Indrani said...

It will be nice to see that one once the water recedes.
Great shot.

Hilda said...

Oh wow. You weren't kidding about the rains you've been having there!

EG Wow said...

OH MY! You have certainly had a LOT of rain!

Kaori said...

Whoa. That is definately sunk! How does it originally look? Well, atleast you know where the bridge actually is :-)

Daryl said...

Happy Fourth .. what an amazing shot .. those people must be very frustrated

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee...
Are you trying to tell us they got a sinking feeling when they realized their bridge was underwater?

«Louis» thinks you get the prize for the most unusual bridge shot again this week!

Elisa said...

Hi!
Today I share with you "The Sunday Bridge" at Louis Blog.
Very nice picture.
Best regards from Argentina
Elisa

J Bar said...

That's an interesting way to see a bridge. Under water.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Marie-Noyale said...

Looks like you have more than you need of water!!!