Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Stephan Bridge Canoe Landing

We cannot command Nature except by obeying her.

~Francis Bacon



18 comments:

jeannette stgermain said...

Uh-oh, what is that sign in the water? Does it mean this is flooded?

Nature Lovin' Super Mama said...

huh?! no bridge...I am as intriged as j.s.-is it flooded?

Busy Bee Suz said...

I wish everyone would obey...really!!!

Mildred said...

You have some amazing photos - I always enjoy visiting you.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Floods??????? Looks to be that way since I don't see the bridge... Yipes!!!! I hope you all aren't having the same kind of problems that they are having in North Dekota... Woooooo!!!!!

Keep us posted.
Hugs,
Betsy

John Theberge said...

I'm thinking you didn't cross the bridge. We've been lucky so far here in Maine, no flooding yet.

Ashley said...

Uh, oh looks like a flood to me. Look at that free flowing water. Still, a beautiful picure as always.

basketsnprims said...

I love that picture, Shell. Just gorgeous.
Pam

The Retired One said...

So much for the saying:
"that's just water under the bridge"
hey????
Hope the water goes down soon...but at least it is a sign of meltdown and spring coming!

bennie and patsy said...

Now that river is on the move for sure.
Patsy

Judy said...

Great picture.

Chris said...

Euh, yeh Are we supposed to see a bridge there??? Looks like mother nature is the queen of the world :-)

Chriss said...

Beautiful shot and I totally love your eagle photo in the header.

Shellmo said...

Thank you everyone for visiting and your comments! I truly appreciate it! In reference to a bridge being flooded - actually - i think it's just called stephan bridge landing so canoers/kayakers know where to get off for pick up.
:-) Shelley

Michele said...

Beautiful, it does look a tad full as I'm sure alot of rivers and streams will be at this time of the year!

Ginger said...

It's a beautiful picture. I can just see myself canoeing down the river.

Darla said...

Amen~

Tricia said...

Fantastic photo! Gorgeous colors along that river