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Covered bridge (fog photo added)

This forum seemed slow, so I walked out and took a photo of the bridge near my office. I'll try to get some better ones when the leaves change and the snow comes.



Tried one in the fog this morning.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-09-2011, 02:25 PM
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Re: Covered bridge

Nice one! I heard of two covered bridges gone from this flood there may even be more that is gone.
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Nice one! I heard of two covered bridges gone from this flood there may even be more that is gone.
Same here, very sad.

Where is this one at?
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Re: Covered bridge

HDR?
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Re: Covered bridge

I've never messed around with HDR. I looked into it, but that was as far as I got.

Mark - Which bridges?

Steve - This is the Klinepeter bridge in Beaver Springs. It was originally built in 1871 across the Middle Creek, but was moved over a tributary of Beaver Creek in 1982.
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Re: Covered bridge

lol, by the title and current events I was expecting a bridge covered with water.
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I've never messed around with HDR. I looked into it, but that was as far as I got.

Mark - Which bridges?

Steve - This is the Klinepeter bridge in Beaver Springs. It was originally built in 1871 across the Middle Creek, but was moved over a tributary of Beaver Creek in 1982.
I think both were in Lancaster but not sure what ones. I seen pictures of the one, on one of the news website.
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Added another up top.
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