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Natural Bridge, Alberta, Canada





"Natural Bridge", Alberta, Canada. Now I must admit I thought the bridge would look more like a bridge ...but this is what you get. it is gorgeous all the same but still i assumed it would be more bridge-like. check out the "Natural Bridge, Virginia" to see where I am coming from in thinking what a bridge looks like. you tell me??! 



here is a video of the day there at the natural bridge. enjoy it!! You have a lovely day! Beth ( :

Comments

It's gorgeous! Have a great day!
What an amazing place!
CatTales said…
Beautiful pictures and the video is majestic to listen to! me
I've never heard of a natural bridge - but it sure is pretty!
don said…
Your fine images present this interesting area very well. The bridge looks rather tricky.
Linda Kay said…
Beth, those pictures of the water and the natural rock are stunning. Thanks for sharing these, and have a great Thursday!
Missy George said…
Beautiful Beth...Such wonderful pictures..Enjoy your day.
William Kendall said…
It is such a gorgeous area!
TexWisGirl said…
pretty and very rugged!
Ruth Hiebert said…
The scenes are beautiful,but I would not recommend using that bridge.Looks dangerous to me.
George said…
It's not at all like Virginia's Natural Bridge, but I would still enjoy visiting it.
Stephanie said…
That place looks familiar. I used to live in the area years ago. Great shots!
A Quiet Corner said…
I loved Natural Bridge when we lived down there!...:)JP
Maggid said…
aye-yi-yi - THAT Looks like a lot of powerful water . . . .
Linda said…
What a scenic place!
EG CameraGirl said…
Alberta is such a beautiful province!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, what a beautiful place. Lovely images... Happy Friday!
Betsy said…
It's beautiful. What does it bridge too?
Crisp clear scenery.
betsy
Ida said…
It's a different type of bridge for sure but oh so wonderful. I would enjoy seeing it.
Gerald (SK14) said…
love the natural bridge
It's amazing what happens in geology! My daughter is a hydrogeologist. We call her rock girl!
Amazing- I would love to see that. Looks a bit sketchy to try and hike over it!

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