Thursday, July 3, 2008

Punched-hole cathedral

Interior, Fingerspan, Wissahickon Valley.

Walking through Fingerspan.
View through the punched-hole mesh of Fingerspan.
Closer view through the punched-hole mesh of Fingerspan.

5 comments:

todd Zalewski said...

Thanks for a GREAT blog.
Having lived near the Wissahickon for 10 tens and visited it almost everyday,
I miss it now that I live in Virginia.
But I never saw this finger bridge.
Heard about it, just never found it.

Lori said...

I'm glad you showed us the inside. There's much more light in there than I would have thought. Interesting perspective through the hole in the wire!

Abraham Lincoln said...

This is an ideal shot or shots. It reminds me of how much we can learn from each other.

I like the pleasant colors and it just looks cools to me.

Anonymous said...

These photos are great!!! It reminds me of a stained glass rosette. Simply Beautiful!!! cfs

Just Roaming The Cities said...

I like how you did the farthest, then closer and closer this week on this bridge. Very creative! I like the beehive-like holes in it. Happy 4th, by the way! (and if you can't get on a soapbox for that, when can you? Good words)