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    Nice colors, especially in that first shot.
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    Here's a few I took years ago:







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    Great pix but it looks cold Kevin.

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    All the shots of the bridge from everyone are great. I like the views looking down it from the outside on both sides. Kevin's first and third shots with the view of the falls and the church at the end are a particularly interesting perspective.
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    Great shots. So interesting that several of us have stopped and taken pictures of this. I might have to go back. . .
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    I was less than 1/2 hour from there (was at Lost River today).

    When I lived in Vermont and would go to Lost River, I never knew a minute further up the road from where I turned such a cool covered bridge existed.

    Now I have to go there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    I was less than 1/2 hour from there (was at Lost River today).

    When I lived in Vermont and would go to Lost River, I never knew a minute further up the road from where I turned such a cool covered bridge existed.

    Now I have to go there...

    Kirk
    It would be a really cool pano spot.
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    Here's my shot from this afternoon, which is better color or b&w?



    Last edited by spyboy; 08-20-2009 at 07:18 PM.

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    I love the B&W. Definitely captures the essence of the old bridge...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    I love the B&W. Definitely captures the essence of the old bridge...
    +1 B&W is sweet.
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