The title of the post is from the hymn, “All things bright and beautiful,” by Cecil F. Alexander, published in 1848. You can find the hymn in its entirety here.
I have wanted to take photos of this bridge for a while. Woke up last Saturday morning and fulfilled that desire.
Undeveloped plot in Brazos County, TX
I am participating in Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.
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Thanks for wading through this with me.
Participating in Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – “Any tree or leaf, alive or man made.” Sharing a combination of fall and spring images.