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Oct 10, 2020 07:47 |  #3436


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Oct 10, 2020 08:03 |  #3437

GlimmerMan wrote in post #19136454 (external link)
Hey, G'day Ray. Just a pull back with a glimpse through the foliage, for scale.
Also put one the Reflections thread: https://photography-on-the.net …showthread.php?​p=19136451
Wish I had a weekend to hike the gorge and take the bridge tour (under the bridge on the catwalks). The structure and setting is breathtaking. The span (c~1977) saves us drivers 40 minutes of switchbacks.

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Thank you GlimmerMan. That is a really nice B/W picture. A sort of casual glimpse through the forest. I feel I am almost there looking through the trees.


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Oct 10, 2020 11:13 as a reply to  @ post 19135809 |  #3438

Charles:
The bridge is blocked at both ends. The road that I was on comes off of the current 89 and connects to the Southern end
of the bypassed section.
It goes into part of the Northern end of the Dells and provides access to a lot of private homes mixed into that part of the Dells.


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Oct 10, 2020 11:28 |  #3439

This child wrote in post #19136580 (external link)
Charles:
The bridge is blocked at both ends. The road that I was on comes off of the current 89 and connects to the Southern end
of the bypassed section.
It goes into part of the Northern end of the Dells and provides access to a lot of private homes mixed into that part of the Dells.

Thank you!


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Oct 11, 2020 07:18 |  #3440

GlimmerMan wrote in post #19136454 (external link)
Hey, G'day Ray. Just a pull back with a glimpse through the foliage, for scale.
Also put one the Reflections thread: https://photography-on-the.net …showthread.php?​p=19136451
Wish I had a weekend to hike the gorge and take the bridge tour (under the bridge on the catwalks). The structure and setting is breathtaking. The span (c~1977) saves us drivers 40 minutes of switchbacks.

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Oct 11, 2020 16:36 |  #3441

Bai Chay Bridge
Ha Long, VietNam

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Oct 13, 2020 06:59 |  #3442

Railway bridge in my hometown of Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands. Looks old but still in good use...


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Oct 13, 2020 15:16 |  #3443

Mississippi river, oct, 2020


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Oct 14, 2020 19:15 |  #3444

Suzhou, China

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Oct 16, 2020 19:15 |  #3445

Gillespie Bridge over the Gila River, on Old US 80, Between Buckeye and Gila Bend Arizona


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Oct 17, 2020 12:59 |  #3446

This child wrote in post #19139364 (external link)
Gillespie Bridge over the Gila River, on Old US 80, Between Buckeye and Gila Bend Arizona
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TY; I'll be visiting there soon after the Arizona oven cools a bit more AND I receive my Canon R5. Here's the Google Earth link.
https://earth.google.c​om …19.67649769d,35​y,0h,0t,0r (external link)

And to the Sheep Bridge over the Verde River, too.
https://earth.google.c​om …Bnv2YcAsGlbwCGI​Md6ENZVcwA (external link)

https://en.wikipedia.o​rg/wiki/Verde_River_Sh​eep_Bridge (external link)

It's been a long, HOT summer.

The Mogollon Rim (pronounced approx. 'muguyon' with a long 'o') is a fave of mine; I fotograf it with every new camera system I buy. :oops:
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https://earth.google.c​om …AZl7_VALvsW8Aha​Iqb6cztW8A (external link)
...is to my favorite section and is easy to get to on the Rim Rd. (FR 300) off of 87 north of and up the hill from Strawberry.


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Oct 17, 2020 13:07 as a reply to  @ jeffreybehr's post |  #3447

Was up near there last weekend, on the Bloody Basin Road and the connecting 'road' up from Cave Creek, through Seven Springs.
Be sure to be in a high clearance vehicle, with soft tires. The roads don't require you do do any rock climbing, but they are ROUGH
and can shake you to pieces. Saw several street vehicles along the way, but sure don't recommend doing the trip in one.


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Oct 18, 2020 19:13 |  #3448

Schofield Ford covered bridge, Bucks County, Pennsylvania


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Oct 19, 2020 00:08 |  #3449

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Wonderful old (yet probably rebuilt) covered bridge. Good angle and right time of the year for that shot. Look at those beautiful stone piers!


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Oct 19, 2020 06:51 |  #3450

DavidWatts wrote in post #19140271 (external link)
Wonderful old (yet probably rebuilt) covered bridge. Good angle and right time of the year for that shot. Look at those beautiful stone piers!

Thanks David.

It actually was rebuilt about 25 years ago after a fire (arson) destroyed the original. They used original methods on the re-construction including wooden pegs everywhere instead of nails/bolts/screws.


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