Corner View is a weekly appointment - each Wednesday - created by Jane and curated by Francesca, where bloggers from all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme. This week’s theme is “bridges and backroads” and comes from Joanne .
Happily, I live in a part of the country where backroads are plentiful ...
and there are always interesting things to see. I was the lucky passenger and got to take some of these photos from our moving car as we traveled.
Springtime in the South means wisteria and it's everywhere, climbing on every tree and utility pole it can reach. This time of year, at every turn, you'll see it along the roadside.
And if you're very lucky you might spy something pretty old and pretty special. I'll have to do a little research and find out more about this chapel!
I didn't come upon any bridges this day, but in keeping with the theme for this week I'll offer up two of my favorites. This is an old Erie Lackawanna Railroad bridge in my hometown (photo taken by a HS classmate of mine and shared). The bridge is on the books for a restoration but she's still beautiful to me.
And though it's not on a backroad, this amazing bridge is in one of our favorite places: Charleston, SC. An engineering marvel! I loved being able to take photos of it from two different view, though the one I took from our moving car while on it (last photo) was dizzying!