This week’s topic is Bridges. Bridges come in all shapes and sizes. It can be a small bridge just long enough to cross a small stream or creek to bridge that spans for miles. Your bridge can be one of beauty and geometry to just a couple of wooden planks to cross your bridge. As long as your bridge was meant for people to cross it, you can display it here. Just have fun with this challenge.
The areca garden in our village has many water channels. This allows water to reach the trees. Usually the logs of the dead areca trees are kept side by side to be used as a bridge to cross the channels.
Rectangular stone slabs are also used as bridges
The bridge above the river Waghur near the Ajanta Caves
The railway bridge from the road bridge across the River Netravathi