Another bridge over the Ljubljanica River in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This pedestrian bridge is named after the butchers' shops in the market nearby and was only opened in 2010. The modern design has two glass walkways at the sides, with two fences of steel wires and wide top shelves/balustrades. The wires, of course, have been used by people to profess their eternal love by fastening padlocks on them. There are also some grotesque statues of frogs and shellfish (supposedly) on the shelves, which have succumbed to these padlocks as well. The bridge in the background is the Triple Bridge again.
Mono or colour - I couldn't decide so you've got both.
Off to Norfolk tomorrow for a few days (daughter's new house!!), back early next week.