Carpenters Bluff Bridge
If you know where to look it is possible to find a handful of these old steel bridges still out there in the wild. This single lane bridge recently was upgraded to a concrete road surface, as of a couple of years ago it had still been wood! The Carpenter's Bluff Bridge was originally built in 1910 for the MO&G Railroad, the bridge had a "wagon shelf" which was a small wooden surface on the outside of the bridge for people to use on horseback, foot and eventually automobiles. After 1965 the bridge was deeded over from the railroad and converted for automobile traffic.
Gear: Nikon D800, Sigma 70-200 f/2.8, Manfrotto tripod, Giottos ballhead
Information: ISO 100, 200mm, f/13, 0.4 sec
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