Some specific learned skills are really mind boggling to me.
One is people who can build a bridge and figure out how to distribute weight that an uncountable number of cars can daily drive over it, without collapsing!
This is known locally as the Bay bridge in San Francisco, but is actually a complex of bridges, designed by Charles Purcell, 1936 and opened half a year before the Golden Gate bridge. The Bay bridge is built in roughly two equal section and spans the San Francisco Bay area, which is a direct road between San Fran and Oakland (Wikipedia).
Tue Treasures. Tue Travel
What actually brought me to take out the camera was the plant below. It is only natural that a horticulturist has some plants not so common in his own garden. With this passion flower, he was actually more interested in the fruit (on left toward the bottom of image) than the flower.
ABC -N, Floral Fri Foto, Fri Bliss
While visiting his family for lunch, I looked through the patio door. These looked a little bit like big apples, but the branches on which they grew, were very different from an apple tree. Also, I didn’t see a tree trunk, and it also looked higher than an apple tree. When I asked, he replied, it’s a pomegranate bush (not tree!).
Nature Notes, Natur Donnerstag
Talking about specific skills, I thought this was a beautiful door of the Mechanics Institute Library in San Francisco’s business district.
It is a cultural center. Originally founded in 1854 to serve the needs of the out-of-work gold miners. Now it serves readers, writers, downtown employees, students, film lovers and chess players (Wikipedia)
Is that your convertible that is reflected in the door (the one standing in front)?
Thurs. Door, Weekend Reflection
At the end of the day the clouds decided on a whimsical design. The sunset cooperated with a pure pink to liven it up.
Makro Tex- October , Sky Watch, Pink Saturday
Thanks to All the Hosts
Our World * Makro-Tex: Oct. *
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ABC Wed.-N * Communal Global * Sun Snap *
Thurs. Door * Thankful Thurs * Fri Bliss*
*Natur Donnerstag * Floral Fri Photo * Sky Watch * Weekend Reflections * Fri Photo Journal * Fri Photo Friends * Pink Sat. *