Still in Westfield Heritage Village, a covered bridge from the 1800s (with a bird's nest from the 2000s)Sunday Bridges
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Wow - what magical shots!
I especially like the black and white shot. Very well done!
It's fascinating! The second photo is terrific!
happy Sunday to you:)
Sweet covered bridge, and I agree with the others, your post-processing on the B+W is wonderful, VioletSky.
We only have one of these in our area, and it is always a treat to ride to see it. Whenever I see one, I think of the old horse and buggies going across them clippity clop. The b/w is awesome...and the lilies are so nice.
old meets new....what a beautiful old bridge!
That is a fabulous B&W photo! And I love the bridge :D
That b&w looks like a vintage shot. It looks like the birds found a nice home.
Gorgeous. What a wonderful bridge. I like the b&w most.
Covered bridges are so cool and this one is really cute! Both shots are just great.
Another place I have never been to!
The photos of the covered bridges are great!! Love the B&W one of the bridge from the 1800's--beautiful shots. Mickie :)
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