My camera seems to have become an extension of my amateur photographer eyes! All photos prior to 2007 are scanned and were taken with a Fuji camera.



Sunday, 12 September 2010

Sunday Bridge Series: Pont Scorff, Morbihan, France, 2010


Saint John bridge (pont Saint Jean) was built on an ancient Roman road on the Scorff river in the 16th century and underwent some changes in the 18th century. The remains that can be seen to the right are of a chapel. For more bridges, visit San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.



18 comments:

jennyfreckles said...

Beautiful scenery - I like the top photo especially. The soft diffused lighting is lovely.

bfarr said...

Both shots are gorgeous, but I like the first shot the best.

Small City Scenes said...

Very beautiful and classy.
Feeling good scene.
My brain is tired--goodnight. MB

VP said...

Beautiful, but Those trees are growing on islets...

joo said...

I love those stone bridges and your photo with all the green shades are so pretty:)
Happy Sunday Ciel!

donnie said...

quite serene :))

Ann said...

This looks like an oil painting. How do you do it?

Very nice

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I like the stone bridges, lovely scenic shots - they have a dreamy like quality to them.
(Sorry for deleted my earlier comment, it was accidental)

Francisca said...

Lovely moody photos, Ciel.

Lesley said...

Very pretty.

EG Wow said...

I really like the light in these photos!

Kaori said...

What a dreamy scene! Love both photos...but is that boat afloat?

Luna Miranda said...

this looks like a painting. love the soft light. the 2nd photo is beautiful!

jo©o said...

Hiya,

Lovely scene, with the tree trunks getting their feet wet.

Nefertiti said...

magnifiques photos Bravo !

bonne semaine ;O)

Pat said...

Just enchanting!

Cezar and Léia said...

This bridge is beautiful but I'm really impressed by the tones of green and your composition in these lovely pictures, great work!
They look some painting, wonderful!!!
Léia

Sharon Creech said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous photos! Thank you for posting--great way to start my day.