What is it about bridges that charm us? Is it what they span, how they were built, how they connect people, the majesty, simplicity, or practicality of their rising? They can be artistic and fascinating to photograph. Isaac Newton once said, “We build too many walls and not enough bridges.” To me, it may be the thought that as the world was discovered and bridges were built to connect communities, the world was becoming “smaller” and we realized how much alike we were, no matter the culture. In my recent travels, I enjoyed the people, food, cultures, languages, and the many, many bridges of London, Paris, Florence, and Rome. Take a look at the pics below…I would love to hear your comments!