Monday, May 25, 2009

My World Tuesday: Southford Falls, Southbury, Connecticut

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My World Tuesday

44 comments:

barb said...

Love that red covered bridge! I need to get our more and see some of these lovely sights!

Deborah Godin said...

You live in a beautiful world, indeed. That bridge looks pristine, it must be lightly used and/or well cared for. Not to mention well loved!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Such a gorgeous place. I love those huge boulders in the water. I can just imagine the coolness in the bridge.

Susan said...

What a lovely place to stop awhile! I love waterfalls; the sound and sight and spray of them. Thanks for sharing this one!

Mike Golch said...

Great photos,especially the covered bridge.

Quiet Paths said...

I really love that bridge. Beautiful photos.

Lin said...

you live in a lovely place, thanks for sharing photos of the beauty that is there.

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

wow what a nice pictures almost a fairytale (dreamstory and place) Very good for MW Sandy:)

Be welcome on mine:www.joannwalraven.blogspot.com

JoAnn/Holland

PERBS said...

Your photos make me wish I lived nearby -- thanks for sharing them!

Mojo said...

Beautiful work... and you just reminded me that I completely spaced off My World. Gah!

DeLi said...

wow! i would like to walk there!

Meg Wolff said...

Sandy,
You go to a lot of interesting places!

Hilary said...

I love that last shot.. the wood looks so smooth and warm.

Carver said...

Sandy these shots make me want to head to your part of the country and take a walk. So beautiful!

George said...

I sure would like to add this waterfall to our collection. The bridge is very nice also.

Sandi McBride said...

How beautiful! I love the covered bridge in particular...what a wonderful country we live in! Hope your Memorial day was filled with warm thoughts of those who gave their lives so we can live free. I know mine was!
hugs
Sandi

Lew said...

Beautiful shots of the falls and bridge!

A Lady's Life said...

Beautiful place. Sandy.
The bridge is built so nice and the falls are just breathtaking .
Thanks :)

Pietro said...

What nice falls! Splendid sequence of photographs, Sandy. I've very much enjoyed them!

Daisy said...

Woah! What beautiful landscapes! I would definitely love to hike along those trails next to a fresh flow of watterfalls!

Passing by from C&C Monday!

Luke Wiley said...

I like the running water!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's mesmerizing to watch water flowing over rocks. Lovely!

A Joyful Chaos said...

Beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing them with us.

Ash said...

Lovely place and images, Sandy!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great photographs of the falls and the covered bridge. I really liked the picture of the interior of the bridge showing the arch that supports the whole structure.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great photographs of the falls and the covered bridge. I really liked the picture of the interior of the bridge showing the arch that supports the whole structure.

Karen said...

Beautiful and so serene...

I love the bridge ... while I've seen many photos of them, I've never ridden across one..

Great shots !!

Mr Linky is being a pest right now, so I'm using comments to see other's posts..

Paul said...

that was a great day to be out taking pics! Mine are up now as well.

Thanks for sharing your amazing shots!

Great job my dear friend!

Geraldine said...

Lovely pics, especially enjoyed the one of the covered bridge, so beautiful!

Hugs, G

Rajesh said...

It appears like very small falls, but simple and beautiful. How old is the bridge?

Deeptesh said...

great post.superb photos.c my new poem.U couldn't have forgotten me.

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Cheffie-Mom said...

Wow, where you live is beautiful. I love how the bridge is hidden.

Dave Coulter said...

That's a cool bridge :)

TorAa said...

what a beauty of a place for walking.
Very relaxing.

TSannie said...

Beautiful! Didn't even know about these falls.

Arija said...

Love the rushing river, but above all I love the hidden covered bridge.
A pity abut Mr.Linky being out, this is my favourite meme with so much to see.

The Texican said...

I wish I had the money and proper political convictions to move to your area. The scenery is stunning. Pappy

Happily Retired Gal said...

I love the myriad of ways you share your world ... and think THIS post would qualify for Watery Wednesday too ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

the donG said...

wow! the angles that you choose are really getting better. like the last shot, it's not the usual angle.

Reader Wil said...

I love waterfalls, because that's something we don't have here. Wooden bridges are also unknown in the Netherlands. Thanks for sharing, Sandy!

Annie said...

A great My World post Sandy. Thank you. And thanks for the visit to mine at Maymont Park, Richmond, also!

Love the covered bridge!

WNC Mountain Living said...

Brings back memories of a beautiful state - yours. Used to live there for 12 years. Am a NE native! Thanks for visitng my blog.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Would make a good spa Sandy... those little cascades. Can I dip my feet?

Russ said...

Beautiful bridge! So lush and green around it also...