This year will bring many changes. Some easy. Other changes need a period or strategy to get us from the old and familiar, to the new.
This brought me to look for things that function as a bridge or a connection from one place to another.A transition may also connect you from one season to another (weather wise, job wise, emotionally).
With that framework in mind, you can ACE any change, when you find the thing/tool that will bridge the gap for you. (ABC Wed. -A)




From here to there
and how to get there, is at times a conundrum
That’s why I love things that serve as a bridge
Sutro Baths (Ruin) in San Francisco was a large saltwater privately owned swimming complex built in 1896. It burned down in 1966
(The Good (R). Tue Treasures, Weekend Reflection)




Stairs, are an obvious  way to bring you from
the top of the hill to the bottom by the Sutro baths
(The Random (R), Good Fences, Fri Greens)





That wire and pipe is bridging some “gaps” (Auburn, CA)

A door is opening and bringing us into a new room –  a symbol of bridging the gap from looking from the outside, and gaining access to the inside.
Some of you at Thursday Doors may be happy to finally see a red door!
(Tue, Texture, Thurs. Door)




Fri Hunt: Begin with B: Bird
Weeks Favorite: Sutro Baths (1)
Creature: Bird in Yosemite Nat. Park


From bare and snow to little evidences of life. What a troopers.
Recently in a conversation with my son, we were talking about that some people look and act from the outside like they are strong and solid, but after some time, you discover they are covering up their fears and weakness by acting strong.

These snowdrops are the opposite. They look fragile, but they weather freezing conditions. I’d rather be this tiny snowdrop:)
(Nature Notes, Floral Fri Foto, Todays Flowers)





Bird: Vulture? Seen on a snowy day in Yosemite Nat. Park
(Fri Hunt, Sat. Critter)





Flat tire
(The Fun (R), Travel Tue, Travel Photo Thurs.,)

Bikes bridge the distance like cars, trains, boats, and other vehicles.
Here, in Utah on vacation, we wondered why certain roads were roped off, until we saw this scene. We found ourselves in the midst in a bicycle race. Big enough to be on the Evening news.





At last a sunset bridging day to night and from LIGHT into dark.
(Sky Watch, Our Beautiful World)


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44 thoughts on “BRIDGING THE GAP

  1. I enjoyed the optimism of finding bridges to transition us between sometimes fragile circumstances. Anything to do with bicycles and/or sunsets would catch my attention immediately as my partner and I cycle most days except when snow arrives and one of our great pleasures are sunsets.


  2. Hi there, I’m visiting from Friday Floral Fotos and I enjoyed your post.
    Those little snowdrops are so sweet. Loved seeing the Vulture too – wow, what a wing span!
    Cheers now :D)


  3. Nice door and some serious steps, Jesh. You have a lot of good photos of interesting things in this batch. Flat tires are the bane of a bike rider’s existence and, as my husband’s a cyclist, I also know that they’re expensive to replace!



  4. I would love to explore the Sutro Baths and overlook the ocean from above. It is a pity that the baths can’t be swum in today.


  5. Nice captures! Hope you are able to make all the changes you have in mind. I have never been to the Sutro Baths in San Francisco. I dream about returning to the city every time I see pictures like yours. #TPThursday


  6. Great post, I love the top photo! It reminded me of my first trip to San Fransisco when I was ten years old. We went to a restaurant called The Cliff House near the Sutro Baths. I wonder if it’s still there.


  7. Went to your blog to read your post about Mudgee. A great post! live in the mountains in an area with many vineyards. It gives a special atmosphere! How does an Estonian girl end up in Australia? You really must like travelling being so far away from home!

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