Bridge reflections

There can never be too many photos of the magnificent Ponte della Maddalena. Sometimes you can be very lucky and find the river below as smooth as glass, offering gorgeous reflections.

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

Walk to the top for beautiful views of the valley.

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

Devil's bridge

I love this bridge…when I see it I know I am not far from Bagni di Lucca.

 

32 thoughts on “Bridge reflections

  1. It is a magnificent bridge and your photos show this. We must be grateful to the Great Countess, Matilde di Canosa, for having it built so that pilgrims and sick people could have an easy access to the therms in Bagni di Lucca.

  2. Lucky the Germans didn’t blow it up during their retreat as they did with the other bridges.
    Yet the Americans could still get their small Jeeps over it.
    Nice story as to why it is called “Ponte del Diavolo”
    You certainly know how to take great photos Debra.

  3. Whilst in the Garfagnana, the very small but enchanting village of Fabbriche di Vallico is well worth a visit. It’s almost untouched by tourists, and looks like something straight out of a fairytale!

  4. Pingback: Back to Bagni di Lucca | Bagni di Lucca and Beyond

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