Amazing nature: Explore the abandoned suspension bridge in the forest
Hi Hivers in the Amazing Nature community,
It was a beautiful afternoon at my place, so I decided to go outside to enjoy the fresh air of the surrounding nature. The place where I live and work is endowed with beautiful nature. So I can always choose for myself a beautiful natural place to enjoy close to home. This time, I chose to explore an abandoned suspension bridge in the woods. I've heard about this bridge before, but I still haven't had a chance to explore it until today.
To get to that bridge, I had to go around Dak Ke Lake to go into the forest. The color of the golden afternoon sun shining on the trees around the lake combined with the cool air makes me feel like autumn has come.
While I was walking, I also caught some young people jogging around the lake. Everyone seemed very happy and full of energy.
To get to the abandoned suspension bridge 🌉 , I had to continue following a small trail behind Dak Ke Lake. Previously when this bridge was in use, there was a trail there. It was then abandoned, so the trail was gradually hidden by the surrounding trees.
Following the trail for a bit, I came across stairs that led me down to the suspension bridge. It must have been a long time since anyone came here, so the steps were mossy. There were even branches that block the stairs. The stairs are nestled among the surrounding large trees with a ghostly beauty.
The feeling of walking among the big trees was refreshing. Looking up from below, the trees are beautiful. The interwoven canopy covers the vegetation below. The afternoon sun rays through the trees also create beauty for the whole forest.
After about 25 minutes of walking, I reached the abandoned suspension bridge at the end of the trail. It is a suspension bridge that crosses the stream from Dak Ke waterfall. I don't know how long it was abandoned, but it looks very old. The cables were rusty. The wooden planks on the bridge were rotting. Some of the planks even disappeared leaving holes in the bridge. I was pretty shaken when I stepped on that bridge. I imagined it could be a set for some horror movie. But in return, the surrounding nature is very beautiful with streams and forests.
It was a relaxing afternoon of me exploring an abandoned suspension bridge in the woods. Thank you for taking the time to read my post and wish you a nice day!
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I feel the coolness of nature that is still beautiful when I read and see the photos in your post today. Regards.
Thank you very much for your visit and I am very happy to know that you like the photos and my post, wish you a nice day.
Have a nice day too, my friend. Regards.
Wonderful place! Nature always re-charge my batteries!
That's truth. It does the same thing to me. Wish you a nice day!
I'm jealous, @dodovietnam! It's a concrete jungle where I work. Although there are trees lined up the streets but still not enough to take away the daily stress from work. It would be amazing to work near nature.
Don't be jealous, my friend @patsitivity
Hopefully you can arrange sometime to go into and enjoy nature to recharge your battery.
Wish you a nice day!
So exciting photos 😍
Thank you very much, have a nice day!
Absolutely fabulous place. Stunning and peaceful looking. Thanks for sharing this with us all. Look forward to seeing more of your posts.
Thank you very much for your visit and lovely comment. I'm happy that you loved it. Wish you a nice day @ingridontheroad
Whoa! What a gorgeous place this is. Considering how long you say it was abandoned, the stairs are still in good condition. It's great to explore places like this that seem to have been forgotten, but I don't think I'd trust putting my foot on that bridge, like you say, it's an accident waiting to happen. You are far braver than me.
In my opinion sometimes it's good to go into some abandoned places to visit I can see something interesting and I can learn something too. about the bridge I think it's a good experience to step on it so I just did it, thank you very much for your visit and I hope you have a nice day.
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Great photography on capturing the natural green surroundings. Such a beautiful place~ thank you for sharing. Hope to see more of you stories and great photography skills. :)
Thank you very much for your visit and lovely words and yes I will post more about the nature and beautiful places and I hope you will like them, have a nice day.
Thanks~ I will be visiting to enjoy them as well~
Wow, wow, the pictures attached to the post left me speechless, I love nature and when someone puts it in value I can only say "hats off".
Thank you very much for your visit and lovely words @triplug, I love and appreciate nature too, have a nice day.
What a nice photography sir @dodovietnam I lot of people enjoying viewing your post because this is nice, good job, thank you for always sharing good photos ❤️
Great photos! The hike to the bridge is beautiful in itself. And cool to see the bridge is still standing. I wonder if someone has tried to get across, I wouldn’t 😅
these photos show how beautiful nature is ... Unfortunately, I live in a country where there is a lot of industrialization, places like this are nowhere to be found near where I live ... If I have to go running I have to go running on concrete. Thanks for sharing beautiful nature content