Glass Bridge


Advertisements

25 thoughts on “Glass Bridge

  1. I like the transperency of it. Looks like it's just floating there. Seems like a very quiet, morning time on the streets.
    We are off again to the mountains for the weekend. I'll be checking your posts on the blackberry IF I get service, but I can't leave messages for some reason. Have a wonderful weekend Leia, Cezar and family.

    Like

  2. Good morning my friends, that is a very impressive walkway. It would be fun to walk across it and be able to watch the traffic below.

    Like

  3. I guess you don't want to be wearing a short dress when you go on this walkway!…unless you want to show off your new underwear!
    Have a great weekend!
    Sharon:)

    Like

  4. I remember years ago when the first of these appeared in Minneapolis…and what a difference that made during the winter time getting from one building to another…

    Like VP says, it looks a bit strange here, but certainly is utile…

    Nicely-composed shot, C&L!

    Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

    Like

  5. I like the idea of the walk through but wonder why they didn't try to incorporate some of the architectural details from both buildings into the design?

    I hope you all have a nice weekend, complete with a gentle breeze, and sparkling sunlight. It should be a good day for a walk in the park.

    Pick a Peck of Pixels

    Like

  6. Hello dear friends Cezar and Léia,
    great to read that you are in Luxembourg! My very warm welcome to Europe.
    You're from Marburg 3.5 hours away (by car), only. Please note, that I go to New York again for fall. So I am leaving on Sunday, 16th of August.
    If you are in lack of time it's also possible to meet between Luxembourg and Marburg.
    Cordial Greetings
    Juergen

    Like

  7. We call these glass bridges “skyways” in Minneapolis and St. Paul downtowns! They're great in our COLD, snowy Minnesota winters. Fun foto of old and new! Regards from EAGAN daily photo

    Like

  8. Such a modern-looking thing between the old buildings. But I'll bet in winter it is appreciated. You have certainly moved to a beautiful place!!

    Like

Comments are closed.