76. Hanging

This hanging rope bridge which towers above the jungle floor has to be one of the most popular walk ways for the kids at the zoo.  They love getting splashed by the waterfall!

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~ by Tammy on March 19, 2011.

16 Responses to “76. Hanging”

  1. Love your processing Tammy — great image.

  2. Nice capture. I don’t mind heights, but I don’t like being on things that move (like escalators, “people walkers”, swaying bridges), so I’d pass on that.

  3. While the children (of all ages) are crossing, they can imagine that they are Tarzan or Jane. Wonderful image with the silky water and the textures of the ropes and greenery.

  4. Very cool!

  5. Who wouldn’t love an adventure on this fabulous bridge, very cool.

  6. I can the see the water falling.

  7. I love this photo, but I don’t think I would do well on that bridge!

  8. Looking at your photo, I can understand why the kids would love this footbridge. Great texture in the rope.

  9. Love the composition and how you captured the water motion!

  10. Very cool, in more ways than one 🙂 great shot.

  11. Terrific image love the clarity of the bridge and entrance combined with the motion of the waterfall.

  12. Love this shot!

  13. I’m scared of rope bridges, but it looks pretty! :0)

  14. it’s great for the kids, can imagine how they will feel beeing there

  15. The waterfall is perfect. Like the way the bridge is the main focus and the water is off to the side.

  16. I wouldn’t mind the splashing but I’m not too sure I’d like walking on that bridge. It sounds like a great place to visit, especially with kids.

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