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Nov 27, 2018 12:27 |  #1996

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Nov 29, 2018 00:51 |  #1998

Aylesford Bridge, Kent. UK.
Looking through some old files that I thought I'd delete, I found a few multiple shots at different exposure settings I had forgotten about. I remembered I'd probably taken them for HDR - so here we go - they even lent themselves to sharpening. I've not done much HDR before.


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Nov 30, 2018 21:47 |  #1999

There is something about old British bridges, this one is at the strangely named Ashford-in-the-Water. The only village I can find that uses "in".


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Dec 01, 2018 07:26 |  #2000

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Enjoying a riverside walk under a RR bridge.

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Dec 01, 2018 08:45 |  #2001

The Barrage Vauban in Strasbourg is a bridge, weir and defensive work.


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Dec 03, 2018 17:21 |  #2002

We've got covered bridges all over Western PA. Who knew?

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Dec 08, 2018 16:33 |  #2003

West of Marseille...

Several bridges here. Predawn picture, hand held.


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Dec 08, 2018 17:07 |  #2004

Capn Jack wrote in post #18766918 (external link)
West of Marseille...
Several bridges here. Predawn picture, hand held.

Certainly an interesting landscape, no doubt spanning a long time.
Lot of detail when zoomed in.
Captured that well



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Dec 08, 2018 17:43 |  #2005

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Certainly an interesting landscape, no doubt spanning a long time.
Lot of detail when zoomed in.
Captured that well

Thank you. Frankly, I was a little surprised they came out so well. I didn't notice until when I posted it, but there seems to be a bridge or something in the middle of the picture too.




  
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Dec 08, 2018 17:56 |  #2006

Capn Jack wrote in post #18766957 (external link)
Thank you. Frankly, I was a little surprised they came out so well. I didn't notice until when I posted it, but there seems to be a bridge or something in the middle of the picture too.

Yes I'd noticed that and it looked like it's missing bits out to both left and right.
An old aqueduct?



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Dec 08, 2018 18:24 |  #2007

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Yes I'd noticed that and it looked like it's missing bits out to both left and right.
An old aqueduct?

I’m not sure. I never got a chance to explore the area much.




  
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Dec 08, 2018 19:43 |  #2008

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We've got covered bridges all over Western PA. Who knew?
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PA. actually has the most covered bridges of any state. I believe it is well over 200 that one can legally visit, and many more on private property or in disrepair that aren't on the official listings.


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Dec 08, 2018 20:29 |  #2009

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PA. actually has the most covered bridges of any state. I believe it is well over 200 that one can legally visit, and many more on private property or in disrepair that aren't on the official listings.

Do they build modern covered bridges.
I find yours fascinating.
Never seen any here, which is unusual as we seem to mimic anything others have for better or worse  :p



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Dec 08, 2018 23:42 |  #2010

avondale87 wrote in post #18767034 (external link)
Do they build modern covered bridges.
I find yours fascinating.
Never seen any here, which is unusual as we seem to mimic anything others have for better or worse  :p

Yes, they do build some that might look old to the untrained eye. I don't mind those, as they look better than some cement or asphalt slab that might be placed over a creek with steel guardrails. There is no hard line on old and new. Many of the oldest covered bridges (150+ years old) have been damaged so many times by floods, storms and high winds, and rotting wood that probably 50% of those bridge components have been replaced by now anyway. The big difference is a bridge's character in its context. A very few have that character in spades, independent of their age.


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