Greenfield-Hancock Covered Bridge

This bridge was difficult to shoot because the light at either end was not great and the riverbank was not accessible for taking pictures from the side. After playing around with it for a bit, I made this HDR image of the bridge’s interior. Look at that post and beam work. Isn’t it beautiful? Using HDR allowed the interior of the bridge to be lit without overexposeing the opening at the far end. There is an exterior photo below.

26 thoughts on “Greenfield-Hancock Covered Bridge

      1. photobyjohnbo

        Indeed. I learned of Aurora only after I learned of (and started using) Luminar in 2018. Skylum used to be Macphun, software only on the Macintosh platform. When they started developing for Windows, they adopted a new corporate identity, Skylum.

  1. Beck

    Great shot! I grew up in Elizabethton, TN. The covered bridge there is the little town’s “draw”. When I was little you could drive through it. If you held your breath all the way through you could make a wish and it would come true. *guess I never could hold my breath! 😂
    Now, they have blocked the entrances so that you can no longer drive through. 😢 but necessary I’m sure.
    I love covered bridges! And your picture is great. This brought back wonderful memories!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you for your nice and thoughtful comment. I’m glad you enjoyed the post. We had a similar superstition about holding our breath as we drove past cemeteries. At some point, we noticed my father would intentionally slow the car as we went past them. Have a great day.

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  2. Greta DH

    Your first shot tells me much more about the bridge than the outside view! Your technical approach using HDR was the right choice. I love this photo.

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