While hiking through woodlands I was delighted to find this perfect example of a natural bridge formed by a tree that had fallen across a steep ditch. Firmly anchored at both ends it provides a stable crossing point.
#connectinginterlocking – leading to other places
A felled log across a stream can provide a temporary bridge, while a feat of engineering in the form of a suspension bridge can make a bold statement of welcome across a dramatic ravine. Bridges connect people; they can lead to other places or be a destination in themselves, but most importantly, they must be securely anchored at each end.
I find that these anchored pillars create a tension at opposite ends of the span, and this tension forms the basis of my series of abstracts.