Saturday 2 April 2016


B could have been for Birds or Butterflies or Babies or Boys, but I've chosen Bridges. Nobody sends me babies or butterflies. :)

I seem to have accumulated a considerable number of bridges over the years.  Many, of course, are points of interest in themselves. The one at the top right is Pont Alexandre III in Paris.  You can see Les Invalides ahead while the Eiffel Tower would be behind the photographer.  The dilemma is where to file it: with the other bridges or in my Paris album?

I realise, as I group these cards together, that there is undoubtedly a link between bridges and arches.


  1. What a novel way to share your post card collection with others. That you have enough to group them into categories like this is amazing.

    I wish you well in your A-Z Blogging Challenge. I'm Denise at Randomocity. Come by, if you are interested in Affirmations for Intentional Living.

  2. Sheila - the bridges on postcards are almost better than bridges on stamps.

  3. Love the bridges! All the different types of bridges are fascinating, aren't they?

  4. I love that you carried on your dad's interest in postcards. I enjoyed looking at these and recognized at least 3 as bridges I've visited. Fun!

    Deb @

  5. Bridges are such wonders themselves. I love the Paris bridge, the San Francisco bridge and the bridge in Prague

  6. Bridges are also a favourite subject of mine. I have an album for taht:

    I like your A-Z series!

  7. What a lovely theme :) I love sending and receiving postcards, you have a wonderful collection. Pont Alexandre III is beautiful! I'm looking forward to seeing the rest.

    @LunaNoctis from There She Goes

  8. Oh looook, it's the postcard lady! We met last year at A-Z as well :-)

    I'm quite a fan of bridges for several reasons: there are many pretty and divers ones, and they connect people, figuratively and literally.


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