September 26, 2009

Straight Out Of the Camera Sunday

The Quince Street Bridge in San Diego, was built in the early part of the last century, to enable pedestriants to cross a canyon.
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What are the rules? On any Sunday you can post any photo you like (it must be one of your own) that hasn’t been tweaked or altered in any way (cropping is OK). In other words Straight Out Of the Camera.

Also, please link back to Murrieta365. Thanks, Jan.

I really enjoy hosting this, and appreciated those who join in, you're such wonderful blog friends. Recently, some have been using Mr. Linky and not post anything SOOC; of course they're trying to generate visits to their own blog. If this is you, please stop.


  1. The bridge looks narrow and I'm afraid of heights (irrational, I know, but a real fear). Is it a long way down? If so, I will probably never cross that bridge. But it makes a nice long as I don't think about the long way down. ;-)

  2. Beautiful blue sky! Love the line and how it takes you right through the picture.

  3. I'm just wondering how far down is the canyon? LOL I probably wouldn't want to look down. Like the picture though, especially the shadows..

  4. It looks like such a long bridge!

  5. It looks great shot for that bridge...happy SOOC Sunday. Mine is ready too.

  6. Hi Jan,
    I'm a little paranoid about crossing bridges that are really high off the ground. I have a fear of heights, in case you can't tell. Great photo! Have a great day!



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