Sunday, October 24, 2010

SUNDAY BRIDGES-flat rectangular links

These flat rectangular links on one of the bridges over a now dry moat in Kalemegdan Park recall the shape of the bricks on the wall behind. I might add that this chain along both sides of the bridge is really low; perfect tripping height. Watch your step.

See more bridges or parts of them at Louis La Vache's SUNDAY BRIDGES.

P.S.Here's the whole bridge.

19 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

As a chain is only as strong as its weakest part, a thoughtful picture indeed.

Please have a good Sunday you all.


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Luis Gomez said...

Love these links!

Louis la Vache said...

Excellent, Bibi -
Another of your very creative entries into Sunday Bridges.

Genie said...

These links are so cool! What a great shot. The silvery blow is striking. Love it!

Evelyn said...

I love this abstract shot, great contrast between the silver and the brick behind.

Alexa said...

Love the detail! In miniature—and sterling—this would make a beautiful bracelet.

Ann said...

rectangular chains, very artistic and unusual.

Chuck Pefley said...

Sounds like a very handy placement. When tripping, does one go over the side?

Luna Miranda said...

nicely done! now i wonder what the bridge looks like.:p

Bibi said...

Chuck, yep.over you go.

Bibi said...

Luna, here it is.

Carraol said...

Love the composition of these links, almost looks like a piece of jewelry! Saludos.

Z said...

This would be great necklace.

Kaori said...

Love the close-up shot! Happy Sunday!

VioletSky said...

looks like an artistic but useless safety feature!

Gaelyn said...

Nice closeup of the chain, and such an unusual shape. Sure does mimic the brick.

Daryl said...

I am hearing Aretha singing Chain Chain Chain ...

pink go green said...

amazing chain and I like the designs.

By the way, I followed you in google connect. Hope you do the same. Thanks!

Tash said...

The chain is gorgeous as is your photo.
An idea for a piece of jewlery? Although, it may be a bit to sharp for comfortable wear...sort of a hazard like the real thing. (I have a square link watch that starts to wear on my wrist after a while - not something I anticipated when I bought it.)