Sunday, January 6, 2013

Sun Lit Sunday

Sunny Roaring Camp in a small Redwood Forest
 near Felton, California. 
 Who can resist a covered bridge? 
Connecting to My Little Home and Garden.


Lead the world in everything that is praiseworthy!

18 comments:

My Little Home and Garden said...

I'm with you, Ruth; covered bridges are so wonderful. I wouldn't even try to resist their charm and am glad you decided to share this one with "Sunlit Sunday".

-Karen

Lavender Cottage said...

An interesting covered bridge and some nice shadows leading up to it.
Judith

June said...

I love those covered bridges. I'm sure that I saw a film starring Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep where he was a National Geographic photographer who fell in love with Streep - was it The Bridges of Madison County? Anyway, Happy New Year to you. KP is now OK after her fall - thanks.
June

Jane and Chris said...

Ten years ago we visited Vermont..oh..the covered bridges!
Jane x

Jane and Chris said...

PS My cats tried to buy the silver and amethyst pendant for my (February )birthday, but there is no shipping to Canada. I love it anyway!!
Jane x

Phoebes World said...

So pretty, thank you for sharing.
Phoebe x

Ginny said...

I would love to go to this place!

NanaDiana said...

That is beautiful, Ruth! I love a covered bridge- xo Diana

Irene said...

I think no one can resist a covered bridge, you did a great job.

Crafty Gardener said...

A covered bridge is a wonderful find for photographers, and it is perfect with a little sin shine.

Susan said...

Don't you just love covered bridges, Ruth? There are many in New England. Susan

Pamela Gordon said...

That is a very sweet little covered bridge. Beautiful photo.

Donna said...

Oh, that's so beautiful!!! Whenever I see a covered bridge I think of that scene from Funny Farm where the movers try driving across one! Such a funny movie!

Well, my course those kitties only look that alert because their eyes are painted on! haha Our real kitties don't look that alert - ever!

Have a great week!

Donna

Shopgirl said...

Covered bridges seem to call me to a different time. A throw back to a time of horse and buggy. Thank you for sharing this sweet photo. You have had so many adventures...it is nice to go along with you. Love, Mary

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

What a pretty little covered bridge! I have seen a few when I traveled to New England. I love the long shadows of the trees too.
Thanks for visiting me and your nice comment.

Jo said...

So pretty. I've never seen a covered bridge over here.

Snap said...

Ruth, this looks like a fun place and you are right ... no one can resist a covered bridge! Lovely light and shadows.

Infuse With Liz said...

Very pretty! I agree who can resist a covered bridge!

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