Saturday, July 31, 2010

Sunday Bridge.





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Last month, I went with friends associated with the ESOL class of t Albert Baptist Church on an outing. We went on a long train ride to the west of Auckland. At this new Swanson station, we had to cross the tracks on an overhead bridge. We had to walk two flights of stairs. There are two elevators for those who can't walk the stairs.

We walked again to Cafe Redwood, and I had this mini quiche of ham and spinach.
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13 comments:

Ginny said...

I love those bright reds in the train ststion! The panels on either side of the door match the red on the colorful bridge! It is a very good picture of the bridge, as well. The quiche looks so good, wish I knew how they made it!

Elisa said...

It´a really nice bridge. It´s very colorful. And the "snack" is yummy!
Best regards from Argentina
Elisa

VioletSky said...

Those stairways always look so bulky, I think, though I guess they have to be for safety.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Looks like both antipodean countries are catching up on the trend. Love the red colour bridge.

Indrani said...

Lovely shots Ann, the last shot makes me hungry.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» would like to stand on that bridge as a train was passing below. It might make a fun photo.

E-mail ol' «Louis» some of that quiche, please! You made him hungry by showing it...

«Louis» thanks you for your contribution to Sunday Bridges.

Luna Miranda said...

elevators are great inventions!:p
that's a modern looking foot bridge. looks like you got hungry after all the walking...your snack looks yummy.:p

P.S. i had the crabs in a restaurant in Manila. not sure if it's a branch of a HK restaurant:p

Francisca said...

For a modern stop it looks nice, I like the deep red accents. It could use some urban art, though. Like Louis, I think it would be interesting to stand on that footbridge and shoot the incoming train. I like quiche, too... glad I just had lunch.

joo said...

It's interesting structure and lol, quish looks tasty:)
Happy Sunday to you!

cieldequimper said...

We walk up and down all the time here but it usually rains onto us! This at least keeps you dry!

Rob said...

Nice looking structure to safely cross the tracks. Good looking quiche too!

EG Wow said...

Good exercise, Anne. :) I hope you are in good shape.

My bridge is late and here:
http://moreofme24.blogspot.com/2010/07/stouffville-footbridge-sunday-bridges.html

The Japanese Redneck said...

Good way to cross the tracks.

The quiche looks good.