Posted by Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 23 August 2014 in Landscape & Rural.
A double Burr arch covered bridge connecting Chester and Lancaster Counties in Pennsylvania, USA.
Texture by Tim in Ohio .
Nikon D300 1/200 second F/11.0 ISO 500 18 mm
covered | bridge | pine | grove | pennsylvania | chester | county | lancaster
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What a lovely timeless feeling this has - from Wiki, I see it was built in 1884 . . 130 years and lookin' good !
23 Aug 2014 8:16am
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks, Ronnie. This bridge was rebuilt a few years ago, so it is not the original, but they did their best to keeping looking the same.
I like how you have used the bridge to frame the scene below - strong leading line into the image, beautifully contrasted with the repeated vertical lines of the bridge siding.
23 Aug 2014 2:52pm
oh superbe ces couleurs
24 Aug 2014 7:19am
un très beau graphisme….
26 Aug 2014 8:42pm
That is a beauty, and your processing really brings out the textures.
29 Aug 2014 11:18am
@Julie L. Brown: Thank you. My main computer is sick and undergoing surgery. We hope for recovery by next week.
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