Saturday, November 5, 2016

The Bridge over the St. John's River, Palatka, Florida



15 comments:

William Kendall said...

So if people ignore the sign and a gator has a bite out of them, does that prove Darwin right?

bill burke said...

If I'm reading that sign, I wandered way too far. It's time to turn around and get out of the area.

Catalyst said...

That sign would certainly keep me out of the area.

Linda said...

Lovely views in your photos, Lowell, and that sign is something I never see in Montreal. I guess this is a good thing. I sure think so. :)

magiceye said...

Beautiful perspective in the 1st pic.

Kay said...

Uhm. I don't think I'd find that sign very welcoming. I'm usually drawn to shrubbery and greenery but this makes me think I'd not be very comfortable in Florida!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's a substantial bridge Lowell.. St. John's River must be wide? We have the venomous snakes but thankfully not the alligators!

Laura. M said...

Good bridge. That nobody dares to bathe there, Lowell would be a good snack for the crocodiles 😊
Buen domingo.
Un brazo

Michelle said...

Great photo, bad sign! lol

Sharon Anck said...

That bridge has quite a steep rise on it. And, that sign is all I need, I'm out of there.

Judy said...

I'm guessing that no one goes swimming there.
Nice bridge with no "love locks".

RedPat said...

A dangerous area, Lowell!

Kate said...

Looks like a terrific place to visit and to hike around!!

Katmom said...

Alligators and venomous snakes,,, well that explains why the value of my wee bit-o-land on the outskirts of Ocala has plummeted! lol!

Karl Demetz said...

A dangerous area... that sign should be bigger.

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