It's a beautiful shot so I'm glad you were being lazy. Happy weekend!Anniehttp://www.slowtrav.com/blog/annienc/
Beautiful sunset - or is it rise?Wishing you a wonderful end to your week :-)RennyBA's Terella
What a wonderful view! Happy weekend
That's a beautiful shot. Great choice. Thanks for your visit to us at Snap2Days.
A view from the bridge as opposed to the view of the bridge. Great shot.
Looks so tranquil. Lovely shot.
Very Nice. Great Success.
Love your view!
Easy to fall in love with that view! Good job capturing the whole thing though... it feels complete somehow. :)
It is a nice view good choice. happy weekend.Mine is here
Awesome photo, you have captured it beautifully. Happy Weekend!
Beautiful photo! I love the sky colors, and I am enjoying the variety of bridges I am seeing.
What a wonderful view from that bridge :)Happy weekend!My PH:http://teacherjulie.com/2009/02/07/bridge-brings-me-closer-to-home/
this would be one of my favourites, too! Beautiful view from that bridge!Happy weekend :)Sabine
Very beautiful shot!!Have a great weekend.
Who else but you can make a place so attractive that I want to be there and go there?Excellent as allways (even though I would have been so brutal to cut some more from the left)
What a beautiful shot!
you say Lazy, I say "Brilliant"! Lovely photo, I can see why it's a favorite! My hunt is up, please come and visit
Can see why it's one of your favourites. It's a great shot!
Beautiful, wonderful shot. I know this bridge well. Growing up in Duncan in the 1960s to early 1980s, we were in Victoria almost every week.About Lake Geneva: I lived, worked, and studied in French Switzerland (la Suisse Romande) for four years in the mid-1980s (currently writing a travel book about my experiences). I rode bicycle all over the back country of the cantons Vaud, Neuchatel, Fribourg, and Valais (did lots of hiking too) including a trip from St-Prex (where I lived) all the way to Champex in the mountains above Martigny. Another time, a two day trip around the Lac Leman (Rolle, Nyon, Geneve, Yvoire, Evian, Villeneuve, Vevey, Montreux, Lausanne, Morges, and back to St-Prex. I had two bikes: a vintage (no gears) Swiss Army bicycle and a Peugeot 10-speed touring bicycle.
What a awesome picture is that. Appreciate your work dude, keep going on.Mohammad Zohaib Khan from Atlanta
That's a lovely shot! I love the breathtaking view from that bridge.