Friday Mystery Photo

Very cool three way bridge, isn’t it? Locals were telling me that there are only twelve of such bridges in the entire world. Could be a quest for someone to go and see all of them. I don’t really know if there are only twelve and not sure where other eleven are located, so at this point it is not my quest.

But do you know where this one located?

Weekend Update: It started slowly but then a few of you figured out where it is. Midland Michigan. The Tridge, as they call it there. Interesting bridge connecting three different banks, as two rivers join into one.

btw, this makes it 40. Yes, this is State #40 out of 50, showing on my site. Ten more to go.

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16 Responses to Friday Mystery Photo

  1. It’s gorgeous.
    And the photo is amazing!

  2. natuurfreak says:

    Gorgeous photo with all the reflections

  3. apples772 says:

    What an awesome picture!

  4. Wow ! I have no clue where that is, but that is an amazing photo

  5. Victo Dolore says:

    Breathtaking! (But I don’t know where it is…)

  6. JustJan says:

    That is an awesome photo!

  7. Lori D says:

    So cool. Those reflections almost make it look like a roller coaster ride.

  8. solaner says:

    Amazing – photo and the idea behind the bridge

  9. dianaed2013 says:

    What unusual framing

  10. Built in 1981 – located in beautiful downtown Midland, Michigan – it’s called The Tridge.

    Here is a mystery image for you to guess. It was taken at a very famous photo site that I visited a couple weeks ago:

  11. azleader says:

    The Tridge, built in 1981, is in beautiful downtown Midland, Michigan.

    Now here is a mystery image for you to guess where it was taken:

    The image was captured a very famous landscape photography site.

  12. Beautiful disorientating pic

  13. annandmeg says:

    It’s the Tridge! Midland, Michigan.

  14. kazg10 says:

    Yep The Tridge Michigan, thanks for an interesting photo. Now I want to know where the rest are…. shall keep looking 🙂

  15. Jamesmoe says:

    One of 12 in the world! Folks in Midland are very emphatic on that point.

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