Weekly Photo Challenge: Connected

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The Waldon-Hancock Bridge is just below Bangor, Maine, crosses the Penobscot River and connects the counties of Waldo and Hancock. It is the first long-span suspension bridge in Maine and one of the eighty six in the Country. It is approximately 2,040′ long and 236′ high.

Beautiful and definitely connected. πŸ™‚

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Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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19 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Connected

  1. Donna says:

    Beautiful place. Was up in the tower this summer!!

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  2. Joyce says:

    What a challenge to build a bridge! The engineering of pillars sunk into water, the strength of the sections between posts, the stability of the span allowing for sway from wind gusts…wow!

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  3. joyroses13 says:

    very neat! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. reocochran says:

    Gorgeous bridge and great angle, too. πŸ™‚

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  5. It looks identical to the one they built in Boston, but the setting is MUCH nicer.

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  6. Grandma Kc says:

    It is beautiful! And it completely screams out connected!

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  7. Judy, the bridge looks like a fine work of art 😊

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  8. Dan Antion says:

    Beautiful photo – great bridge (I love bridges) and a cool way to respond to the prompt.

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  9. Love the lines and composition, as well as the interpretation of “connected.”
    We have very few bridges in Colorado (over rivers). The only one I can think of off the top of my head is Royal Gorge. (Perhaps its size and popularity makes up for it being pretty much the only one in Colorado.) πŸ˜€

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  10. pagedogs says:

    Aside from the beauty of this bridge, it is quite unique in having an observatory at the top, which is open to the public in the summer, spring, and fall. We visited on a spectacularly clear day this week and really enjoyed the 360 degree view at the top. Also, nearby Fort Knox is interesting and dog-friendly!

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  11. Great photo! You would like the bridges here over the St. Lawrence.

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  12. Nadezda says:

    Judy, I’m here through Jason blog and I’ve read all your recent posts, wonderful! The most I liked one about you moving your plants like crazy gardener : this is I’m doing now in my garden.

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    • Every year, I think I just need to move a few plants around to get it just right. LOL Then spring comes, something died under 7′ of snow, and it is still off balance. So, I start the process all over again. Then you add in I’m trying to replace some high maintenance perennials with shrubs/larger plants like hydrangeas to cut down the deadheading a little and I’m forever moving. Glad to know I’m not alone. Maybe we need a support group? πŸ™‚

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