Walking Under the Bridge

Last week I met up with a friend of mine to go for a walk while we spent some time together. We decided to walk on one of the Discovery Trails in the city as I had not yet walked on its path. I enjoyed walking under the lush green trees with her and listening to the sound of the insects communicating with one another.

During our walk, we came across a few bridges for both cars and trains. On this particular bridge, I noticed that some graffiti and street art had been painted on the walls.

I admired the lettering of some of it; but what I enjoyed seeing even more was the juxtaposition of the man-made steel against the natural green of the trees.

As we passed under the bridge and the reminder that man has encroached on the natural here, I looked forward to walking more on the trail that echoed with the reminder that nature is good for our souls.

My friend and I enjoyed our walk together. Not only did we have a good chat but we also spent some time exercising in a not often visited part of the city.

Do you enjoy walking on nature trails?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

(This post is linked to Jo’s Monday Walk )

23 thoughts on “Walking Under the Bridge

  1. It’s good to get out, and especially it’s good to talk with friends, Colline. I’m seriously bad at being confined indoors. Always happy to be out in nature 🙂 🙂

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  2. My 13 son and I started doing walks , and I was surprised at the little pockets of nature we could find in the middle of L.A.’s San Fernando Valley 😎

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