#AtoZChallenge 2018 – N for Natural Bridge


There are two places I have been to that it’s called Natural Bridge – one (shown in above photo) is in Yoho National Park in British Columbia, Canada and the other is in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Both are amazing natural structures but if I have to pick a favorite, I would pick the Natural Bridge in Canada.

I briefly mentioned visiting the Natural Bridge in F for Field. I wrote that it was rainy and cold that day, the kind of weather that didn’t motivate us to want to go anywhere. However, what I didn’t mention was that the rain stopped for a brief moment while my aunt and I were at the Natural Bridge. The brief pause of rain allowed us to make our way to the other side of bridge, to get a closer shot of the Kicking Horse River as well as allowed me to capture shots of foliage and a guy photo-bombing my photo!

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8 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge 2018 – N for Natural Bridge

  1. Love that spot and the name: Kicking Horse River! Here’s a fun fact for you. When the Canadian Pacific Railway built the line from Calgary to Vancouver through the Kicking Horse pass (about 1884), the grade was so steep that engines descending sometimes jumped the track. Therefore, the engineers tunneled through a mountain and had the track wind in one side and out the other, thereby reducing the grade so the trains could descend at a reasonable speed. Next time you’re in the area if you travel west on the TransCan highway there’s a roadside stop where you can see the tunnel. 🙂

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