View from a Covered Bridge

This is the view from one of the bridges I photographed on Sunday. I enjoyed the contrast between the dark interior and the light with all of the colors.

I have five bridges remaining to photograph over two trips. I’m hoping there are still leaves on the trees when I get to the final bridge.

56 thoughts on “View from a Covered Bridge

  1. Ashley

    After all your photos OF bridges you’re now taking a photo FROM bridges! It’s good to have a different view😃. The autumnal colours are beautiful, they remind me of a period when we lived near the River Wye in Herefordshire, England.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Ashley. I like how you pointed out the difference between of-them. I hadn’t thought of it that way. Herefordshire sounds like it must be a beautiful place.

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  2. Footprints

    This photo is incredible! I mean WOW! I love the shot from the inside out, and the colors are so vibrant. It appears to be a place for incredible daydreams…Definitely one that belongs on a wall to trigger the next ‘big idea’. This one might be my new favorite:)

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you so much. The leaves turned color very quickly here this year. Walking out of this bridge, it was such a stark contrast to taking photos in this area two weeks ago.

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  3. Ann Coleman

    What a great photo! My first thought when I saw it was, “There’s the light at the end of the tunnel.” And what could be a better message than that in current struggles?

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  4. Sarah

    That’s really a nice contrast and even better for the colourful autumn foliage! Will keep my fingers crossed that there are still leaves on the trees for your last five bridges!!

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