Millennium Bridge – London, England


The London Millennium Footbridge is a steel suspension bridge
 for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London.
See bridges around the world at Sunday Bridges – at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.
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39 thoughts on “Millennium Bridge – London, England

  1. My fave – #1. But you did a great job on all of them. A very attractive bridge. Your photos tell the tale – so very well composed and dramatic!

    Birthday? Whose birthday? Happy Birthday!

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  2. What an interesting mix of old and new structures. That really is quite a cool bridge. The shot with the purple balloons is exceptional 🙂
    ☼ Sunny

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  3. Oh Leia, my lovely London and this amazing bridge – thank you:)
    Maybe will be there in December!!!
    As for my reflections I have to say that when I was taking the photo with purpule buskets and flowers I was sure you would love it:)
    Happy Sunday!
    Hugs

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  4. And suddenly, Harry Potter appeared in the sky, on his broom, and the bridge began to move and turn..!:))
    I love London skyline, and the mood of those pictures!
    (Is it your birthday?!!!)
    Have a nice sunday!
    Hugs from Nice

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  5. This bridge was closed (for about two years I think) shortly after it opened as it swayed too much when folk walked thereon. I'm not sure why nor how they fixed it but I presume it is OK now.

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  6. I love the curves of the outer rail, what a creative design. You have captured it very well with the clouds. Enjoy the remainder of your weekend and it sounds like birthday wishes are in order, Happy Birthday!! Thanks to Cezar for commenting on my dashboard shot too!

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  7. I LOVE the first photo of everyone crossing the bridge! Especially the purple balloons, my favorite color 😀

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  8. All three are great shots of this fascinating pedestrian bridge, but I got tickled by the hit of purple balloons in what almost seems like a sepia photo (I know it's not).

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  9. Ay, the good old wobbly bridge. So called because they had to close it down after only 6 hours on January 1st, 2000, due to a construction error. The whole thing was wobbling very wildly. It reopened one year later. I lived 100 meters away at that time, and I passed the bridge during those first 6 hours. Funny memories!

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  10. These are both fantastic shots. Great perspective in the first and I love the second one with those amazing clouds.

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  11. WOW! What a great shot. This was built after my last trip across the pond so I have not seen it or the new Tate. Still have many FF miles on BA, and looking at this footbridge and reading about it makes me want to use them pronto. I miss London so much. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. What great fun this is! Portugese-speaking bloggers in Luxembourg posting a bridge in London for a meme hosted by a Francophile blogger in San Francisco. We can't get much more international than that, can we?!

    Great post – «Louis» likes the inclusion of the dome of St.Paul's in the images. It gives perspective to the size of the bridge.

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  13. Hehe, my husband has so many photos of this bridge from his trip because his hotel was very near it. 😉

    Love, love what you did in the first photo!

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  14. Pisei esta ponte há 3 dias! 🙂 Grandes fotos!
    Não sei de quem foi o aniversário, mas os meus parabéns seguem neste comentário! 🙂

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