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I just want to stand on that bridge and ponder
I always try to imagine who has stood on that very same spot 🙂
Romantic, old bridge.
…and the flowers just added to the beauty 🙂
Perfect spot apart from the cheapskate repair ! Lovely area, try and find It’s mate in Salares ?
I was quite shocked to see the cement repair – what a shame.
Yes, I’ll so Roman Bridge hunting in Salares soon 🙂
Wonderful old [ancient?] bridge. The oleanders remind me of my grandparents’ farm garden 🙂
The oleanders run riot around here – a river of pink 🙂
What a beautiful picture of an amazing part of history. Love it, Marianne! 😀
Thanks, Dianne – it IS a pretty cool bridge and, I had it all to myself! 🙂
Great pic! 🙂
A stunning photograph Marianne.
xxx Gigantic Hugs xxx
What a lovely spot, but I so agree with you about the cement repair. Very lazy indeed.
The bridge is in a secluded spot, 1km away from the village, and the only access is on foot. The oleanders were truly spectacular en route, Sylvia.
I hope the bridge gets repaired in time, to restore it to its former glory.
Thanks for your comment – always much appreciated.
Iconic! Reminds me of this quote. “Fear builds walls instead of bridges. I want a life of bridges, not walls.”
Lisa Wingate, The Prayer Box
That’s a GREAT quote!
Thanks for sharing it 🙂
Beautiful photo of this Roman bridge!
Thank you, Amy – very kind of you so say so 🙂
I love an ancient bridge, and this is beautifully enhanced by the position of the oleander. 🙂
….but have you noticed where the bridge has been repaired, Sue – with cement!! What WERE they thinking?
Aargh, now you come to mention it – modern cheapskates
In March I hiked with 30 other hikers over this bridge on a 4-day Charity Hike from Periana to the Nerja Caves along the new Malaga Gran Senda trail. We hiked four segments, staying the nights in the mountain villages along the way. Fantastic scenery and history!
How wonderful, Ron – well done!
Very pretty scenery around Sedella, Salares etc – not an area I know well, but will be making a return visit very soon to explore further.
Thanks for your comment 🙂
I saw all the pictures at facebook, Very nice and very good. The bridge is Sedella is very nice at a beautiful spot.I like sedella because it is so calm………..
Very peaceful, Ine … when I took the photographs this morning, there were no other people there 🙂
Lovely shot. I like the way that the swathe of Oleander appears to mirror the arch of the bridge.
The oleanders were an absolute river of pink, Sophie. I have never seen so many oleanders in one place. It was stunning 🙂
what a great splash of brightness against an otherwise neutral landscape. ☺ I love old bridges!
I love any kind of bridge – I just can’t resist photographing them:) The oleanders filled the banks and the river bed (really just a stream at this point) – making a pink river of flowers. It was very beautiful 🙂
It’s really beautiful 🙂