The Roseman Covered Bridge, Winterset, Iowa, 1883. Francesca: "I want to keep it forever. I want to love you the way I do now the rest of my life. Don't you understand... we'll lose it if we leave. I can't make an entire life disappear to start a new one. All I can do is try to hold onto to both. Help me. Help me not lose loving you."_ The Bridges of Madison County
Covered Bridges south of Walnut Creek, Holmes County, Ohio.
The Shinyo Bridge, Japan. Built in 1636. It is also called the "Sacred Bridge."
The George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge, opened in May 7, 1952 (known locally as simply the Coleman Bridge) is a double swing bridge that spans the York River between Yorktown and Gloucester Point, in the United States state of Virginia._ Oh! How I love the sight of bridges. It fosters connection. A gateway to another world. A new lease to life and love.
Hirtshals Lighthouse, Jutland, Denmark, 1863
Little Sable Point Lighthouse, Michigan, 1874. _ You stand still, tall, and imposing. In the darkest hours, you give light to many and even to some, a flicker of hope. Early dawn catches you waiting. Yes, waiting for sunrise and life to begin.
The Flume, located in Franconia Notch State Park, Grafton County, New Hampshire. 1871.
The Hannah Bridge is a covered bridge in Linn County in the U.S. state of Oregon. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Hannah Bridge in 1979.
Point Betsie Lighthouse, Northeast Shore of Lake Michigan, 1854
Pigeon Point Lighthouse, Pacific Coast of California, 1871._In your towering built, you seem stoic, undaunted! At times indifferent, other times unmoved. But no one knows your heart. I too seem unsure as if you find it safer to be a complete stranger. You got your reasons. One thing is sure.. your beam of light gives hope to many who are struggling, and aids to navigate my path even when I don't ask for it.