A Frenchie with German blood who likes to travel.
How unique! It's a short little bridge.
Indeed it is, but think of the steps saved, especially during yucky weather.I think the name of the buildings is interesting. Means spring, oui?
The buildings seem so old and the bridge appears modern, quite a contrast.
Oops! I missed this one when in Paris! Look at that sky and the light on those gorgeous buildings!
Wonderful architecture and impressive blue sky!God bless you!Cezar
A brilliant and spectacular choice!
nice little bridge, must be very convenient for all the shoppers!
45 years ago I experienced one of the first building to building bridges in Atlanta, GA. At that time they were something from another planet and a bit scary to walk across. Now we think nothing of using them and see them all the big cities. This one is especially attractive because the buildings it connects are so appealing. A really nice capture.
cool - i have seen a little bridge like this near Covent Garden in London :))
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