Wordless Wednesday: A Foot Bridge at Darlingtonia State Natural Site

Only in Oregon - Wordless Wednesday

Footbridge at Darlingtonia Wayside, Florence, Oregon


I Crossed the Bridge to See What's on the Other Side
@ Darlingtonia State Natural Site in Florence, Oregon


Rick Obst is an Arizona native who moved to Eugene, Oregon in 2005 and fell in love with the verdant Pacific Northwest.  He enjoys photography and discovering the many people, places, and events that make this part of the world so special.

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Comment balloon 6 commentsRetired from ActiveRain • June 12 2013 09:55AM


I have always had a fascination with bridges.  They are without a doubt a strong symbol for transition in our lives, whether physically, or emotionally.

Posted by Myrl Jeffcoat, Greater Sacramento Real Estate Agent (GreatWest Realty) about 7 years ago

COOL! Next week for Wordless Wednesday do we get to see a shot of what was on the other side?! ;)

Posted by Joni Bailey, Your Huntsville / Lake Livingston Area REALTOR® (101 Main St. Realty) about 7 years ago

Cape Creek Bridge and Heceta Head

Across the bridge and a short drive later, this is what I saw at Heceta Head State Scenic Viewpoint near the lighthouse and just north of the Sea Lion Caves.


Posted by Retired from ActiveRain about 7 years ago

The bridge picture also appears on the Lane County Government's Photo Gallery web page.  I've been fortunate to have several of my photos posted there.

Posted by Retired from ActiveRain about 7 years ago

Hey, Rick!  Just about any excuse would do to see what is on the other side of this bridge. 

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) about 7 years ago

Patricia: I crossed the bridge and saw what was on the other side.  I'm glad that Oregon became my chosen home.  Come our way from the East Coast and see what you're missing!

Thank you for being a consistent and dedicated blogger on ActiveRain.  I hope that you've received a good return on your investment here.

Posted by Retired from ActiveRain about 7 years ago