WritePhoto # Bridge

KL Caley is the host of WritePhoto

Welcome to the weekly #writephoto prompt!

A bridge is usually constructed for the purpose of providing passage over an obstacle, which is usually something that is otherwise difficult or impossible to cross.

What will this bridge mean to you? I can’t wait to find out.

Bridge – Image by KL Caley

For visually challenged writers, the image shows a red and white Vertical Lift Bridge crossing an expanse of water.


“We will cross the bridge when we will come to it” This was what my father used to say when I was worrying about things that might happen.

I know I’m biased but I have never come across anyone who was as patient or kind as him. He would always listen to me when I’d share my fears and apprehension about my future. And was always ready with good advice.

He had also gave me advise about not burning my bridges. He warned me to keep my options open and not to be hasty in making decisions. I find this a hard advice to follow because I am quite impulsive and make snap decisions. I do realize that sleeping on decisions is a good idea.

Another saying about bridges is about building bridges and not walls. This is especially relevant today because some people propagate divisions. After all, it suits their interests. Creating bias on basis of the color of the skin, culture, or religion is done so that some unscrupulous people can profit from it. We should realize that humanity will prosper in unity and suffer if divided.




45 thoughts on “WritePhoto # Bridge

  1. We told our son to build a bridge and get over it. He came home from work one day and said he had a photo he wanted to show me. It was a bridge he’d built that day. 😊

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