8 thoughts on “Footbridge in Bhutan – Hilly Terrain with Lots of Rivers to Cross . . . . . . ( Photo by Wife )

  1. I like these 2 photographs of the suspended bridge. The stillness of the bridge with the movement in the prayer flags. I would like to know ‘wife’s’ name. I enjoy her photographs.

    • I remember when I was in the military, we were instructed to break pace when crossing a bridge. There have been cases of bridges breaking up because of the resonance of soldiers marching at a pace. 😦

    • Yes, sometimes marching at a certain frequency matches with the natural frequency of footbridges which, as you say, leads to resonance, and wild response from the footbridge.

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