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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Sunday Bridges - Magnolia Gardens

It was an overcast day when we visited Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina, but it didn't deter from the beauty of the place. This red bridge really stands out among all the greenery of the area. The heavy Spanish moss hanging from the trees; the lily pads in the water.




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23 comments:

Brian Miller said...

oh wow...i love spanish moss...we had it in florida...like the red on the bridge as well...

David Allen Waters said...

BEAUTIFUL...it makes me want to sit on it with someone I love and watch the time go by....

s.c said...

Looks a bit like the garden of the french painter Monet. Thanks for showing and visiting my blog.

DesertHen said...

Lovely shot! I love all of the hanging moss!

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

first off your header is awesome!
beautiful shot, i love spanish moss.

Eva Gallant said...

What a great photo!

Little Ms Blogger said...

What a beautiful picture! The moss on the trees remind me of snow on the branches after a snowstorm in my CT neighborhood.

Inger-M said...

So unusual to see a red bridge; It's beautiful!

Saun said...

That's a beauty!

kisatrtle said...

I love all your pics especially the new turkey header

SquirrelQueen said...

The moss in the trees and that pretty red bridge are a gorgeous sight Pat. Charleston is one of my favorite Southern cities.

Valerie said...

Spanish moss is similar to our Russian vine... I'm English by the way ...lol. Loved the bridge and the gorgeous scenery.

Al Penwasser said...

I love Charleston. It's a picturesque little city with a ton of great clubs, restaurants, scenic vistas, and shops. Although, whenever I open my mouth, one of the locals always asks me, "Yew hain't one of them Yankee faggots, are yew?"
Golly, they can be so touchy. After all, they captured Fort Sumter. What more do they want?

Genie said...

This shot makes me think of Japanese garden with that red bridge. The moss is beautiful. I have not seen much of it seance I moved away from south Florida in 1959. It is wonderful. The lily pads sadly are missing their beautiful blooms, but they will come again when their time is due. A beautiful capture. Happy Week to You. Genie

Ruth said...

Beautiful. It reminds me of Giverny.

Louis la Vache said...

Beautiful, Pat!

Belatedly, «Louis» thanks you for your contribution to Sunday Bridges.

The turkeys in your masthead photo has more than a passing resemblance to California's two Senators...

DWei said...

Looks nice, surprised there weren't more insects around.

Donna said...

LOVE all that moss! Cool shot!
hughugs

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful picture of a spot that we really enjoyed visiting too!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful picture of a spot that we really enjoyed visiting too!

Rae said...

That is really pretty and it looks so serene there.

Lynda said...

The bridge almost looks Asian in that setting. It is very unique and quite pretty.

Linnea said...

Wow! What a beautiful shot you've captured here! It does remind me, too, somewhat of a Japanese garden or of one of Monet's paintings! Thanks for stopping by. I hope your AT&T phone serves you well...LOL!