Sunday, May 24, 2015

My First




Silly as this may sound, this is my first covered bridge. 
It makes a great black and white!




26 comments:

Sandra said...

i have yet to see my first, i have seen many in photos and movies but not with my own eyes

eileeninmd said...

A pretty covered bridge, a nice one for your first time. Have a great Sunday and new week ahead!

Nina said...

Your tones and the balance ~ really lovely! I have never seen one ~ but that day may come, I hope :)

Dragonstar said...

It does indeed. Great lines everywhere. Covered bridges just don't exist here.

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Beautiful b&w.

Gayle said...

There is no silly.
Covered bridges in our area are normally rural. This one appears to be in a more populated area and I'm surprised it has survived.
Very nice photo.

Ginny said...

This is a wonderful picture of it! Seems more and more of them are going away. They are hard to find.

Ann Thompson said...

It doesn't sound silly at all. There aren't that many of them around any more.
Made for a nice black and white

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

May this covered bridge last many more seasons!

Shadowy Cacti

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

It's not silly at all! What a cool bridge! Its been a long time since I saw a covered bridge -- I think I'm due! ...But that means I may have to go to Wisconsin and the in-laws...hmmm... ;-)

Mimsie said...

Oh, how lovely. We don't have them in Australia but I remember them in a film "The Bridges of......." possibly with Clint Eastwood.
They have lovely one way bridges in New Zealand which intrigued us when we were there on holiday. They though are not covered as in the US.
That is a beautiful picture; thanks for sharing.

EG CameraGirl said...

I agree that it looks good in B&W!

laurak/ForestWalkArt :) said...

very nice covered bridge.
in black and white...it looks very old. it's a beauty!!

Felicia said...

indeed it does.

ladyfi said...

What a lovely shot. I've never seen a covered bridge in real life...

jo(e) said...

Lovely shot. (I can't help but wonder where you were standing though -- it feels like you must have been hovering in mid-air high above that road to take the shot.)

Rambling Woods said...

I have not seen one in person yet... I love the photo.... Michelle

edenhills said...

I love covered bridges. This is a great shot for black and white.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Well it's about time! ;-) What a beautiful shot.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I will never see a covered bridge again without remembering Merle Streep in THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY. A sad theme of the call of the soul mate and the call of duty. Thankfully I never had to make the choice but that's what those bridges mean to me now. Beautiful but sad.
The black and white theme you used was so perfect for the way I see them.
Thanks for sharing your photo. I would love to see one up close and personal one day but I doubt at my age that I will.

"E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

1st - what?? that is sad ... you need to fix that asap. covered bridges are the bestest. they rock!! so many to see. ( :

blogoratti said...

Really nice shot!

Gail said...

Great shot!

Linda said...

Awfully quiet in your corner! Hope all is well! Linda@Wetcreek Blog

Pamela Gordon said...

I love covered bridges and this one is rather unique in it's appearance. It's a beauty!

Bee Lady said...

We have a covered bridge festival in Indiana. I haven't been to it in 30 or so years. Maybe this will be the year.....
Cindy Bee

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