Monday, October 06, 2008

The small bridges in life / Livets små broer

It is not always the largest bridges in the world that make an impression or may be difficult to cross. I found this tiny stone bridge in a playground in London some weeks ago.

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Det er ikke alltid at det er de største broene i denne verden som gjør inntrykk eller som kan være vanskelige å mestre. Jeg kom over denne lille steinbroen på en lekeplass i London for noen uker siden.

This little guy tried as best he could to cross the bridge on all fours

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Denne lille krabaten gjorde så godt han kunne, på alle fire


Then suddenly - up on his legs and across: "I did it!"
You have to crawl before you can walk. That goes for the large bridges in life as well as the small ones

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Så plutselig - opp på beina:"Jeg klarte det!"
Man må kunne krype før man kan gå. Det gjelder for både store og små broer her i livet.

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26 comments:

kjpweb said...

Sweet! An true! Good ones!
Cheers, Klaus

Katney said...

What a delightful little bridge! It adds such interest to the garden.

I have a bridge in monochrome today--an old photo of my Dad's--along with a similar modern bridge and the thoughts that connect them.

Anemone said...

Nydelig bro, og en `hærlig` tokning Rune!!

Broen var et skikkelig oppkomme og så utrolig flott der den lå :-)

Begynte nesten å bli bekymra for deg nå, for så lenge siden du haddde postet noe?? Trodde du hadde glemt oss vet du :-)

Fin bro vandring til deg.
Klem herfra.

ArneA said...

Welcome back.
Håper Rhodos svarte til forventningene og at helsa er under kontroll. Under kniven i morgen. Mailes
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Gary said...

Nice pictures.

I've crossed a similar 'bridge' recently - seemed enormous, but got over it in no time, though not without a struggle!

I'm back
Gary
Bodge's Bulletin

GAWO said...

Steingal.. eller steinglad som jeg er syntes jeg denne var virkelig vakker. Og broen ble "myket" opp med den hærlige krabaten kravlende på (tøft bilde).
Teksten din var så fin til. En super Bropost.
Godt å ha deg tilbake her på bloggen. Pausen ble altfor lang. :-)

Hyde DP said...

marvellous rune - a great but simple story.

Liv said...

En nydelig liten bro. Ikke alle broer trenger være monumentale byggverk for å være viktige i livet, vi har hver våre....

PERBS said...

I have missed your blogs. . . glad you are back!

That little kid is just precious -- you were at the right place at the right time!!!!!! Great example of a bridge in life. Terrific photos.

My bridge is unique again this month. Come and see what it is!

Ivar Ivrig said...

Steinbra. Selv om broen er liten så er den nok meget tung. Flott

A. said...

He is adorable (and so is the bridge!)

Truls said...

Brigdes come in all different sizes, and your is just as impresive as many others.
Mine is up here!

John said...

Flotte bilder og fin fortelling.
Velkommen tilbake til moder jord :)

Regner med at du har fått fylt opp begge kortene og at du har noe å dele med oss på lur.

ANNA-LYS said...

In Response:
Sorry, if You perceive me as a humourless pessimist. But, if I had no sense of hope for the humanity to change, would I even bother to hi-lighten, how easy we can make a difference? We have it very well here in Scandinavia, but we must both think and act local, as well as global, that is my opinion anyway.
Even if opinions are neither local, nor global, but very interpersonal (intersubjective) in my case. I must be able to think load :-D

Hope You have had a lovely trip to Greece and warm welcome home to the coldness in Scandinavia ;-)

ANNA-LYS said...

wb later bridging the gap

;-)

mrsnesbitt said...

Welcome Back!

ANNA-LYS said...

Färdig, Boss ;-)

ANNA-LYS said...

Livet har många slags broar
gillar din tolkning!

david mcmahon said...

You're so right. There are bridges everywhere.

My post is about Read Bridge in Singapore.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Love your bridge for this month, Rune! Very clever. ;-)

Ida said...

En meget flott bro! :)
Ett fint, naturlig "smykke".
Den lille krabaten behersket kryssingen fint, ser jeg.
Han vil nok krysse større broer etterhvert som han vokser til.
Slik er det vel med oss alle.

Jeg glemte at det var tid for "Broer som binder" i dag.
Men, det kommer vel flere muligheter.... ;)

Lew said...

Bridges come in all sizes! Nice photo for the theme.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice photos. A lesson to be sure.

babooshka said...

I like bridges for the design, engineering and the fact that they connect people. Excellent interpretaion of what a bridge is all about. Good to see you back.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

The simplest little bridges always have the biggest impact on life... =)

Thanks for dropping by my blog... I really do appreciate it... it's good to be back.. it's a little sporadic as I tire out fast but I'm back!
~Michele~

Louise said...

This is a fun bridge, and what a terrific place for kids to play. From my experience, kids LOVE bridges. This is a great one.

-Lindos. GORGEOUS photography. Each picture is so brilliant and picturesque. And the donkey is just too sweet.

-Greek fountain. A charming find.