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Kintaikyo (Wiki) a historical wooden arch bridge, in the city of Iwakuni, in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. The bridge was built in 1673, spanning the beautiful Nishiki River in a series of five wooden arches, and the bridge is located on the foot of Mt.Yokoyama, at the top of which lies Iwakuni Castle.

Colossians 2:6 As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him:

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Hamburg and its bridges: Architecture - Technology - History up til 1945. Exhibition until January 3, 2010 in the Hamburg Museum der Arbeit (Museum of Work) Hamburg's architecture is famous, but the bridges of the city are condemned to a shadowy existence, and wrongly so. Within the scope of the Architecture Summer 2009, the Museum of Work shows that the bridges are far more than just functional constructions.

9/14/2008 Trip for East Aria Of Hokkaido 14 by junkie-house, via Flickr, photo by minolta α-sweet

Colour and Curiosity | What did you see today? | Photographer Kim Høltermand's - Inanimate Storytelling

Last one from ayemclothing.tumb... – I wish they had track back links so that I could credit the original sources. But it's a great blog and I added it to my rss feeds.

All bridges bring you somewhere... Chances are it is a pretty good place, since if it was not, would anybody have bothered to build a bridge?

As they was following Sir Henry across the moor, they heard howling and before they could shoot the hound it had already attacked. They eventually killed the hound though. 🐺