Connected – Weekly Photo Challenge

Being waterways travellers, we’d obviously have more than our share of ‘bridges’ to illustrate this week’s challenge – ‘Connected‘.

But then I found some other forms of ‘connection’:

IMG_1916The Mauvage Tunnel lies at the summit of the Canal Marne au Rhin West, connecting the basins of the Seine and the Meuse.  At just under 5 kilometres, it can be a cold and spooky journey, not for those with a tendency to claustrophobia.

DSCF4302How long since you last saw one of these?  This one, at the Bury Transport Museum, has clearly seen better days judging from the taped up earpiece.

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The chain ferry at the entrance to Poole Harbour, Dorset connects Sandbanks to Studland.

DSCN4600And I don’t know what this young lady’s misdemeanour was, but she used to grace the moorings at Gergy on the River Saone, France.  She’s not there now, maybe she dropped into the water.

To see how others have ‘connected’ click on the link:  Weekly Photo Challenge

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About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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5 Responses to Connected – Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. Nice selection, Sandra.

    janet

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  2. Leya says:

    Great series – love the last one especially!

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  3. Paula says:

    Love that tunnel shot…and so many ways to connect.

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  4. Amy Reese says:

    All great connections, Sandra. I especially love that last one! She couldn’t hang on forever, I suppose.

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