Bridge Over Joyous Waters

By ARM
India
December 7, 2018 9:30am CST
These mountain waters speed along through the boulders in a hurry to reach the plains below. The surroundings are a perfect picnic spot . But as they say the grass is greener on the other side.So we decide to cross the rushing stream. Thankfully there is a bamboo bridge.Bamboo being a versatile material these bridges are a common sight. Though slippery the bridge is strong enough for us to go over with a little bit of balancing act on our part.
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@DianneN (97792)
• United States
8 Dec
I’d be afraid of crossing that bridge, but I’d do it!
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• India
8 Dec
It's only for picnics and hiking
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@just4him (137011)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
8 Dec
I'm glad they're sturdy. I'd have trouble with crossing that bridge. I'd be afraid of falling.
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• India
8 Dec
These are sturdy and as a short cut
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@just4him (137011)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
8 Dec
@responsiveme I'm glad they are. You said they were also slippery.
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@Courage7 (26754)
• United States
7 Dec
It is a great strong bridge what a great photo thanks for sharing with us ARM
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• India
8 Dec
These bridges are very helpful
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@Courage7 (26754)
• United States
9 Dec
@responsiveme Yes they surely are I can see that ARM.
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@JudyEv (148124)
• Bunbury, Australia
8 Dec
That bridge looks very precarious. Australia's Occupational Health and Safety people wouldn't like it!
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• India
8 Dec
This are quite common here in remote places.The people make it themselves for avoiding the long road.
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@Nevena83 (10491)
• Serbia
10 Dec
woooww photo is so beautiful
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• India
11 Dec
And the place is good for a picnic
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@Nevena83 (10491)
• Serbia
11 Dec
@responsiveme Did you have a nice time?
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• India
11 Dec
@Nevena83 yes,thank you
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• Bekasi, Indonesia
8 Dec
You have to be careful if you cross the bridge
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• India
8 Dec
Yes,requires balancing
• Bekasi, Indonesia
8 Dec
@responsiveme Do you often cross the bridge that
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• India
8 Dec
@KOLAMsegaran1 no only for picnics
@sofssu (20220)
8 Dec
Wow that is no bridge at all.. you have to be nimble footed to walk on that.. Its certainly troubled mind for me.. not joyous waters.
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• India
9 Dec
No , you will be on a picnic... so joyous.
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@sofssu (20220)
9 Dec
@responsiveme yeah i would if i didn't have to cross that bridge
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@nawala123 (4492)
• Indonesia
8 Dec
the nature always win
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• India
8 Dec
In rainy seasons it would be difficult
@nawala123 (4492)
• Indonesia
8 Dec
@responsiveme it floats on water, dont worry
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@tech40 (10604)
• Philippines
7 Dec
The bridge seems dangerous for me, yeah it seems strong but if there's an accident happened and someone falls to the ground, that person gonna hit the rock!
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• India
8 Dec
Not really dangerous, quite strong
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@tech40 (10604)
• Philippines
8 Dec
@responsiveme That's good to hear if it is, but for how long.
@mom210 (7008)
• United States
12 Dec
I do not think I would cross this, it looks very dangerous and I like life.
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• India
12 Dec
Not all that dangerous though it would require some balancing
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@Shiva49 (14683)
• Singapore
10 Dec
Nature is inviting. I like adventure but within limits - siva
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• India
10 Dec
Yes, this is only during picnics
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@sol_cee (18525)
• Japan
8 Dec
Wow!~ Those are huge, huge boulders!~
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• India
8 Dec
Picnic place
@Corbin5 (127231)
• United States
8 Dec
I would probably have a bit of trouble crossing that bridge, but glad most who do have little problem with it.
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• India
8 Dec
These are common here to avoid the longer way.And bamboo is quite strong
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@amadeo (81812)
• United States
7 Dec
yes so do I.Love the photo there.
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• India
8 Dec
It was a good experience
@maximax8 (29148)
• United Kingdom
7 Dec
I really like your photo of the bridge. It looks so dangerous to cross that bridge as balancing is necessary. It would be challenging to go up the bamboo path with my son's wheelchair. The surrounding area has pretty views ideal for a picnic spot. The mountain waters look clear and pristine.
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• India
7 Dec
Yes, the waters are very clear. But there are plenty of places for picnicking near the waters even if we don't cross the bamboo poles.we could do that.:)
@ridingbet (63729)
• Philippines
8 Dec
that is a beautiful local scene of washing clothes in the river. i can dare myself to walk along those bamboos.