Precarious by Matt Floreen on Flickr.
"Before the Kandewe Hanging Bridge [in Malawi] was built, people risked their lives to cross this river by canoe. An enterprising man from the village devised this bridge, with bamboo running the length and roots forming the perpendiculars. Since then, everyone from businessmen to schoolchildren will cross on this bridge. Crossing it made my heart race, but it’s definitely better than braving the rapids in a dugout canoe!""The South Rukuru River was especially high this day. The waters had recently washed away a concrete bridge about 50 kilometers downstream, but the old bamboo and vines bridge was unaffected." - Matt Floreen High-res

Precarious by Matt Floreen on Flickr.

"Before the Kandewe Hanging Bridge [in Malawi] was built, people risked their lives to cross this river by canoe. An enterprising man from the village devised this bridge, with bamboo running the length and roots forming the perpendiculars. Since then, everyone from businessmen to schoolchildren will cross on this bridge. Crossing it made my heart race, but it’s definitely better than braving the rapids in a dugout canoe!"

"The South Rukuru River was especially high this day. The waters had recently washed away a concrete bridge about 50 kilometers downstream, but the old bamboo and vines bridge was unaffected." - Matt Floreen


Bread lovers, a gallery on Flickr.
A photo selection capturing various breads seen worldwide, inspired by Yahoo Food’s Your First Loaf of Bread.What’s your favorite bread? Share it as a comment in the gallery. Do you own an iPad? We just released Flickr for iPad — a version of the Flickr iOS app is optimized to take full advantage of the larger screen on iPad. Give it a try!
Photos by Valeri-DBF, The Noisy Plume, Mel s away, and Henrikoby. High-res
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Bread lovers, a gallery on Flickr.

A photo selection capturing various breads seen worldwide, inspired by Yahoo Food’s Your First Loaf of Bread.

What’s your favorite bread? Share it as a comment in the gallery.

Do you own an iPad? We just released Flickr for iPad — a version of the Flickr iOS app is optimized to take full advantage of the larger screen on iPad. Give it a try!

Photos by Valeri-DBFThe Noisy Plume, Mel s away, and Henrikoby.