My turn this week it seems and the theme is Bridges. I don't know if we have had it before probably, but perhaps in the meanwhile we have crossed some new bridges. As usual I am doing it on Friday evening as I do not always have the time on Saturday, and at the moment do not know if I have to leave you all for a few days to go to England as my father has been in hospital for the past 3-4 weeks.
This bridge is in a village near us on the Rive Emme and is part of the section for the kayak club: that is why there are so many strange red and white poles hanging for the kayaks to steer through I suppose.
This is the so-called Krezacker Bridge in Solothurn and only for pedestrians. Now and again a tourist with his car might take a wrong turning. He is then sure to have his photo in the local newspaper and will become the laugh of the town.
This is the train bridge across the River Aar in Solothurn which has the trains Zürich-Geneva that passes through Solothurn on their way. The tower on the left is known as the Wonky Tower (Krummturm) and as you can see the architect made some sort of mistake when it was built some time in the 15th century. Anyhow it is still standing and not yet collapsed.
And here is a bridge over the River Thames at Rainham, near London.