Photo for the Week – 8 – Bridges


Bridge over the Ouse
A photograph of one of the bridges that spans the River Ouse in York, West Yorkshire.

First of all, thanks go to everyone that entered last week’s challenge.. On our trip to Yorkshire, we did a day trip to York.  Whilst in York we decided to do the river cruise up the River Ouse where I photographed this bridge spanning the river.  So for this week’s challenge, I thought I would use ‘bridges’ as the topic for this week’s Photo for the week.

Photo for the Week

Join the Challenge

If you wish to participate in the weekly challenge, please feel free…  my weekly post will be published at 8am every Monday.  The challenge will be called Photo for the Week# (representing the number) – Subject Name, and here are the instructions for entering:

  1. Publish a post on your blog by the following Monday as this challenge starts on a Monday and my post for the forthcoming week is published at 8 am UK Time.
  2. Use the tags PFTW  or Photo for the Week – that way I can find the tags easily in WordPress Reader, which means I won’t miss a submission.
  3. Create a pingback to the relevant week.
  4. If you can’t create pingback/trackback, don’t worry, post a comment below and I will comment on your blog.
  5. Follow Ryan Photography so you don’t miss out on the weekly challenges.

The challenge is for fun and as a way to introduce others to your blogs and/or photography.  There are no hard and fast rules… just join in and have some fun xx

We also host a Mid-Week Monochrome Photography Challenge on a Wednesday.. if you’d like to enter please feel free to do so.  Instructions on how to enter can be read here.

If you wish to participate in a daily floral challenge Cee Neuner runs various challenges including Flower of the Day. Pop on over to her blog and have a look.  She also has a list of other Challenges that are taking place, should you be missing the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenges like I am.

Have a good week everyone xx

13 responses to “Photo for the Week – 8 – Bridges”

  1. […] lucky to live in an area with plenty of bridges; sadly they are not all as scenic as this one on the Shropshire Union Canal near […]

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  2. […] – VJ’s Weekly Challenge / Stoic – Manic Mondays / Bridges – Photo for the Week #8 / Day 10 – #SeptemberSquares / Stability – FOWC / Grace – RDP / Tempestuous […]

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  3. […] For more interesting bridges, and/or to share yours, click here. […]

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  4. Beautiful theme and picture! I can’t wait to make my post 🙂
    The music theme was as great, but I didn’t have the time to post my picture, sorry 😦
    I guess I want to do too many things in the same time…

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    1. Thank you xx.. No worries.. I get like that at times.. taking on too much xx

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  5. i Bren, I finally made a post on bridges, my contribution for this week 🙂

    http://www.travelways.com/london-bridge-lake-havasu-arizona

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    1. Lovely images… I have replied on your blog. I can remember that bridge as a very young child.

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  6. […] Added to Photo for the Week-8-Bridges. […]

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  7. I had been working on this photo, taken in the Peak District, so I am adding it to your challenge. Thank you for hosting: https://wp.me/p2owKx-11D
    I like the contrast of the crisp details of your bridge and the smoother look to the water in your photo.
    Cheers!

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    1. Thank you for entering the image… and your lovely comment… what a beautiful viaduct and such a glorious landscape! Thanks for submitting your image to the challenge.

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  8. […] A response to Bren’s Photo for the Week theme of bridges […]

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