Sunday, May 2, 2010

Bridge over Highway 35E

This newer bridge over highway 35E was built within the last two years. On the left side, you'll drive through a roundabout and the right side, you'll drive to the Eagan Community Center. This is the Sunday Bridges Series started by "Louis la Vache" with a city daily photo blog in San Francisco.


13 comments:

  1. A highway bridge; very clever, Leif. When I think of bridge, I assume water. There's plenty of them over the Mighty Mississippi here in St. Paul. Come on over!

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  2. One of the most interesting things about this bridge, no graffiti.

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  3. I like low bridges, this is cool! Mine's in Paris and is up on my other blog! Have a great Sunday!

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  4. Is this I-35? I didn't know it went all the way up to Minnesota. Although I guess that makes sense. :)

    Nice choice for the bridge day!!

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  5. hee hee
    Good one, Leif! I-35 spans the North-South axis of the country.

    A highway bridge is still a BRIDGE and «Louis» has linked it!

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  6. I love bridges. This one is exactly like the one that I saw once in Istanbul-Turkey...

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  7. I always get confused which entrance ramp to take when heading north off of 42.

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  8. One has to be creative if there are not lots of bodies of water with bridges surrounding one!! I like this....

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  9. I am with B Squared: wonderful to see no graffiti around.

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  10. Once we were told to build a bridge out of spaghetti in the university.
    Please have always a safe road ahead of you and a nice start into the new week as well.

    daily athens

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  11. I like the hint of a reflection in this one, Lief!

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  12. beautiful bridge it is, and yes, sans graffiti, i hope it stays that way,
    nice reflection too! ^0^

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