A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
Interesting, I always assumed bridges were built right on the spot.The black & white treatment is perfect with those shadows.
A wonderful composition! So inviting.
Great find, Tash!«Louis» has the link now.
I'm never disappointed when I visit your blog....it's always, amazingly beautiful and interesting!!Love the bridge and shadows!
Love the black & white. Adds an old timey quality to the scene.
Love the bw, the lines, the shadows. Excellent capture.
A beautiful place for a walk, this perspective is wonderful, great shot dear Tash!Léia
The shadows are beautiful!
Not that I've ever really thought about it, but I would have assumed bridges were made at the bridge site, not pre-fab by the Biltolast Production company.
Now I would love to take a walk there and observe the shadows.
beautiful bridge and great photograph Tash.Costas
This is a really cute bridge! I like your view on it.
I liked the contrast of the first image.
Nice bridge shot! I like the B&W. It really brings out the nice shadow pattern.
The shadows add beautifully to this welcoming shot!My bridge shot is here:Walking Trail
A lovely foot bridge!
love the shadows and love that it is in black and white! very striking.
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