My World Tuesday: Southford Falls, Southbury, Connecticut Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps By SandyCarlson - May 25, 2009 My World Tuesday My World Tuesday Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Barb11:16 AMLove that red covered bridge! I need to get our more and see some of these lovely sights!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDeborah Godin11:19 AMYou live in a beautiful world, indeed. That bridge looks pristine, it must be lightly used and/or well cared for. Not to mention well loved!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLisa at Greenbow12:24 PMSuch a gorgeous place. I love those huge boulders in the water. I can just imagine the coolness in the bridge.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusan at Stony River12:31 PMWhat a lovely place to stop awhile! I love waterfalls; the sound and sight and spray of them. Thanks for sharing this one!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMike Golch12:41 PMGreat photos,especially the covered bridge.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyQuiet Paths1:31 PMI really love that bridge. Beautiful photos.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLin Floyd2:08 PMyou live in a lovely place, thanks for sharing photos of the beauty that is there.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJo's-D-Eyes3:23 PMwow what a nice pictures almost a fairytale (dreamstory and place) Very good for MW Sandy:)Be welcome on mine:www.joannwalraven.blogspot.comJoAnn/HollandReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPERBS5:07 PMYour photos make me wish I lived nearby -- thanks for sharing them!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMojo6:11 PMBeautiful work... and you just reminded me that I completely spaced off My World. Gah!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDeLi7:06 PMwow! i would like to walk there!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMeg Wolff8:23 PMSandy,You go to a lot of interesting places!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHilary8:30 PMI love that last shot.. the wood looks so smooth and warm.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCarver8:41 PMSandy these shots make me want to head to your part of the country and take a walk. So beautiful!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGeorge8:54 PMI sure would like to add this waterfall to our collection. The bridge is very nice also.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySandi McBride9:04 PMHow beautiful! I love the covered bridge in particular...what a wonderful country we live in! Hope your Memorial day was filled with warm thoughts of those who gave their lives so we can live free. I know mine was!hugs SandiReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLew10:41 PMBeautiful shots of the falls and bridge!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyA Lady's Life10:51 PMBeautiful place. Sandy.The bridge is built so nice and the falls are just breathtaking .Thanks :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPietro Brosio1:12 AMWhat nice falls! Splendid sequence of photographs, Sandy. I've very much enjoyed them!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDaisy1:23 AMWoah! What beautiful landscapes! I would definitely love to hike along those trails next to a fresh flow of watterfalls!Passing by from C&C Monday!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown1:45 AMI like the running water!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyEG CameraGirl6:57 AMIt's mesmerizing to watch water flowing over rocks. Lovely!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyA Joyful Chaos7:46 AMBeautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing them with us.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAsh8:02 AMLovely place and images, Sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyYogi♪♪♪8:05 AMGreat photographs of the falls and the covered bridge. I really liked the picture of the interior of the bridge showing the arch that supports the whole structure.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyYogi♪♪♪8:10 AMGreat photographs of the falls and the covered bridge. I really liked the picture of the interior of the bridge showing the arch that supports the whole structure.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown9:07 AMBeautiful and so serene...I love the bridge ... while I've seen many photos of them, I've never ridden across one..Great shots !!Mr Linky is being a pest right now, so I'm using comments to see other's posts..ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPaul12:06 PMthat was a great day to be out taking pics! Mine are up now as well.Thanks for sharing your amazing shots!Great job my dear friend!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGeraldine 12:20 PMLovely pics, especially enjoyed the one of the covered bridge, so beautiful!Hugs, GReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRajesh12:29 PMIt appears like very small falls, but simple and beautiful. How old is the bridge?ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDeeptesh2:28 PMgreat post.superb photos.c my new poem.U couldn't have forgotten me.www.deepteshpoetry.blogspot.comReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCheffie-Mom4:22 PMWow, where you live is beautiful. I love how the bridge is hidden.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDave Coulter5:01 PMThat's a cool bridge :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTorAa8:40 PMwhat a beauty of a place for walking.Very relaxing.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyabb9:07 PMBeautiful! Didn't even know about these falls.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyArija1:04 AMLove the rushing river, but above all I love the hidden covered bridge.A pity abut Mr.Linky being out, this is my favourite meme with so much to see.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPappy8:02 AMI wish I had the money and proper political convictions to move to your area. The scenery is stunning. PappyReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHappily Retired Gal1:58 PMI love the myriad of ways you share your world ... and think THIS post would qualify for Watery Wednesday too ;--)Hugs and blessings,ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown2:44 PMwow! the angles that you choose are really getting better. like the last shot, it's not the usual angle.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyReader Wil2:02 AMI love waterfalls, because that's something we don't have here. Wooden bridges are also unknown in the Netherlands. Thanks for sharing, Sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnnie5:30 AMA great My World post Sandy. Thank you. And thanks for the visit to mine at Maymont Park, Richmond, also!Love the covered bridge!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyWNC Mountain Living10:50 AMBrings back memories of a beautiful state - yours. Used to live there for 12 years. Am a NE native! Thanks for visitng my blog.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyInday8:41 PMWould make a good spa Sandy... those little cascades. Can I dip my feet?ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRuss4:00 PMBeautiful bridge! So lush and green around it also...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thanks for being here.