Bridges. They link here with there. But some bridges are more than just the utilitarian structures we normally use. Some are shrouded in history. In many ways they are a direct link to our past. If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed by the modern world, gaze at these beautiful images and be transported to a calmer and simpler place and time. Aaah…
Ronda Bridge in Ronda, Spain.
Benson Footbridge above Multnomah Falls on the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon.
The Devil's Bridge in Ardino, Bulgaria.
One of many stone bridges in California's Yosemite National Park.
An old stone bridge near Zakynthos, Greece.
The Fairy Walking Bridge in Huangshan, China.
An old stone bridge in Scotland.
Pont Fawr in Llanrwst, Wales.
A stone bridge in New Hampshire.
The Paleokaria Bridge spans the Portaikos River outside of Trikala, Greece.
The Old Packhorse Bridge in Carrbridge, Scotland is the oldest of its kind in the Highlands.
The Rakotz Bridge and its reflection form a perfect circle near Kromlau, Germany.
The old Roman Bridge over the Guadalquivir River with the Mosque-cathedral of Cordoba, Spain in the background.
An old stone bridge and the Church of Our Lady in Bruges, Belgium.
Moon Bridge in Dahu Park, Taipei, Taiwan.
Living Roots Bridge near Riwai, India.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
The reconstructed Old Bridge (Stari Most) in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Norway's Highway 13 crosses an old stone bridge over the Latefossen waterfall near Odda.
An old stone bridge provides access to a hermitage on the islet of Gaztelugatxe in Spain's Basque Country.
Footbridge over the Areuse River in the Gorges de l'Areuse near Brot-Dessous, Neuchatel, Switzerland.
A steam train crosses the Glenfinnan Viaduct in the Scottish Highlands.
Spectacular fall colours surround the Moon Bridge in the Japanese Garden at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden in Texas.
The ancient Kalogeriko triple arched stone bridge in Zagorohoria, Greece.
The old Konitsa Bridge crosses the Aoos River near Konitsa, Greece.