Bobbing Bridge

Sète,  France,  August 2016

In Sète, the Pont de la Gare was undergoing major renovation work this summer.  A floating pontoon was positioned close to the main bridge, provided a bouncy walk on thick plastic-looking tiles.

Sète is the Venice of the Langedoc Roussillon area of France, and has a number of bridges, that open at fixed times to allow boats in and out.  This floating bridge, was no exception.

Bridge opening in progress
Important crossing point outside Sète station,  August 2016


aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 3 November 2016


Part of Cee’s B&W Challenge


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