This view of the bridge shows the massive portal necessary to accommodate a loaded log train. The bridge is leaning toward you in this view due to decay.
Part of the Covered Bridges of Oregon series.
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where's the burn marks?
9 Apr 2009 5:01am
Very beautiful BW
9 Apr 2009 5:03am
this is great, I wonder what a sepia tome would do to it?
9 Apr 2009 5:22am
Très joli N&B.
9 Apr 2009 5:49am
vraiment MA photo préférée !!!!!! BRAVO *********
9 Apr 2009 6:05am
Wonderful sight, Steve.
oh ! I like this view of monument. So wonderful.
9 Apr 2009 6:43am
beautiful processing -- love the crispness of detail and the composition!!
9 Apr 2009 7:10am
9 Apr 2009 7:23am
Nice framing and tones, this is beautiful.
9 Apr 2009 7:34am
Superbly composed with brilliant detail and tones! Brilliant, Steve!
9 Apr 2009 7:54am
Nice subtle toned processing in this image and naturally framed too
9 Apr 2009 8:10am
A beautiful building shot. And a very nice treatment.
9 Apr 2009 8:53am
Very beautiful from this angle too.
9 Apr 2009 8:59am
As if we were approaching slowly but surely a wounded ole beast ! Love the mood......... *
9 Apr 2009 9:37am
I like the black & white tones, interesting framing
9 Apr 2009 9:53am
Nice B&W shot, cool structure
9 Apr 2009 10:40am
How interesting; thanks for the explanation. I like the nice rich tones in this photo.
9 Apr 2009 10:58am
Looks really vintage, well done for this sepia hint...
9 Apr 2009 11:04am
Magnificent angle to shot the details of this beautiful bridge. I like it very much in its old age. Great photo.
9 Apr 2009 11:08am
This is well done. I Like the composition. and the little buds on the trees.
9 Apr 2009 11:21am
Superbe image, très beau traitement! Excellent cadrage!
9 Apr 2009 11:22am
Stunning B&W. Just superb.
9 Apr 2009 1:07pm
Awesome bridge. The detail is beautiful. Too bad it is decaying. I really hope they restore and preserve this.
9 Apr 2009 2:11pm
I'm really enjoying this series. This one is amazing ... the detail of course is sharp as a tack but seeing how high the bridge is compared to the others, is so unique.
9 Apr 2009 2:39pm
This looks little danger now but I can tell there must be a time when people would have enjoyed crossing river on it.
9 Apr 2009 2:51pm
A fine, old structure that one would hope will survive for many years to come. I especially like the wood grain and tones in the beams. Fine image.
9 Apr 2009 3:45pm
Nice tones, contrast. Well done
9 Apr 2009 3:54pm
great shot :)
9 Apr 2009 4:18pm
i really like this serie of covered bridges Steve......showing me things we don`t have here .
9 Apr 2009 6:03pm
Very nice B&W. Amazing place...
9 Apr 2009 6:48pm
un autre pont couvert en bois, empli d'histoires et de mystères.. le B&W lui va très bien, et fait ressortir les textures usées de ses planches..c'est magnifique.
9 Apr 2009 7:16pm
9 Apr 2009 8:19pm
excellent shot...very well taken
9 Apr 2009 10:30pm
That's an amazing structure Steve, and very well captured. This is a great series !
9 Apr 2009 11:43pm
Awesome shot Steve. Love the treatment and the series. You have inspired me to go shoot some covered bridges! I know of one relatively close by and plan to visit thanks to you!
9 Apr 2009 11:54pm
Another superb shot in this series wonderful B&W work
10 Apr 2009 1:20am
10 Apr 2009 1:26am
That explains why it's so tall. Fine image.
10 Apr 2009 3:49am
Wonderfully characterful, so much beauty in it's demise, and significance in it's historical reference. Superbly observed, Steve
10 Apr 2009 4:51am
From this angle it's even more impressive! Very well captured and the color toning is great.
10 Apr 2009 4:54am
Intriguing... shame to be left to fall into such a state...
11 Apr 2009 12:48am
Nice BW. Best of the series I believe. Well done
11 Apr 2009 8:58am
I like the contrast and the tonality
13 Apr 2009 5:30pm
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