A BRIDGE TO NOWHERE


In autumn, days are sometimes quite foggy without a clear view on our cosmos and surroundings like a bridge leading to nowhere.

Hängebrücke1A360 m long hanging rope bridge “Geierlay” at Mörsdorf / Germany

Then it is sometimes better to just simply move and cross the unknown profound abyss such as a hanging rope bridge in 100 m altitude where you can feel like a bird swinging with the wind. Soon an unknown trail with all the colours of autumn will open leading to a new challenging landscape to be discovered.

SteinwandTrail in autumn near Pyrmont Castle / Germany

Time to say hello and welcome to an alien trail leading to anywhere.

© transmutation.me (2015)

 

Author: transmutation.me

I like travelling through the diverse realities and cultures of this world not only as a tourist. So this may also happen by simply imaginating the hidden rivers and caves of consciousness where postmodern nomads are crossing wide endless landscapes leading to a dream of no-where. My favourite areas are deserts like the sahara or high mountains, as in these empty terrestric regions the far-away horizon and sky is no limit anymore but a possible gate to inspiration and freedom. Posts will be published normally in English, but whenever appropriate also only in my mother tongue German. Unless otherwise mentioned or individually specified (for example by naming the author, artist, etc.) all texts, photos and/or graphic illustrations in this blog are subject to © transmutation.me which may please be respected.

6 thoughts on “A BRIDGE TO NOWHERE”

    1. This is not the longest bridge like that in Europe, actually the longest kind of this bridge is to be found in Austria (400 m), but in Switzerland they are actually constructing an even longer one (465 m). But for sure, this bridge on my documentary photo is very safely constructed, passing a street as a pedestrian is definitely more dangerous.

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      1. Interesting. I know that sometimes things that look very dangerous are actually pretty safe, so it sounds like this bridge is one of them. I’d like to cross it someday (perhaps with a parachute in my backpack just to be sure). 🙂

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