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Chambers Railroad Covered Bridge 2

Posted by
Steve Rice (Olympia, United States) on 9 April 2009 in Architecture.

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.

Daniel from Kenmare, United States

where's the burn marks?

9 Apr 2009 5:01am

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Very beautiful BW

9 Apr 2009 5:03am

MMC Photos from THE COLONY, United States

this is great, I wonder what a sepia tome would do to it?

9 Apr 2009 5:22am

jpla from France

Très joli N&B.

9 Apr 2009 5:49am

Jean-François from Les Issambres, France

vraiment MA photo préférée !!!!!! BRAVO *********

9 Apr 2009 6:05am

Esther K from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Wonderful sight, Steve.

9 Apr 2009 6:05am

Peggy M. from somewhere in, France

oh ! I like this view of monument. So wonderful.

9 Apr 2009 6:43am

dj.tigersprout from New York City, USA, United States

beautiful processing -- love the crispness of detail and the composition!!

9 Apr 2009 7:10am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Nice one.

9 Apr 2009 7:23am

Zing from Hamilton, New Zealand

Nice framing and tones, this is beautiful.

9 Apr 2009 7:34am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

Superbly composed with brilliant detail and tones! Brilliant, Steve!

9 Apr 2009 7:54am

P J W Miller from Chase Terrace, United Kingdom

Nice subtle toned processing in this image and naturally framed too

9 Apr 2009 8:10am

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

A beautiful building shot. And a very nice treatment.

9 Apr 2009 8:53am

Elena Kotrotsou from Drossia, Greece

Very beautiful from this angle too.

9 Apr 2009 8:59am

k@ from Paris, France

As if we were approaching slowly but surely a wounded ole beast ! Love the mood......... *

9 Apr 2009 9:37am

BoB from Milano, Italy

I like the black & white tones, interesting framing

9 Apr 2009 9:53am

DaveB from Exeter, United Kingdom

Nice B&W shot, cool structure

9 Apr 2009 10:40am

GJC from Kyoto (京都), Japan

How interesting; thanks for the explanation. I like the nice rich tones in this photo.

9 Apr 2009 10:58am

zOOm from Paris, France

Looks really vintage, well done for this sepia hint...

9 Apr 2009 11:04am

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

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

dogilicious from Millerstown, PA, United States

This is well done. I Like the composition. and the little buds on the trees.

9 Apr 2009 11:21am

mo.langel from Courtelary, Switzerland

Superbe image, très beau traitement! Excellent cadrage!

9 Apr 2009 11:22am

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Stunning B&W. Just superb.

9 Apr 2009 1:07pm

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Awesome bridge. The detail is beautiful. Too bad it is decaying. I really hope they restore and preserve this.

9 Apr 2009 2:11pm

Diane Schuller from Hythe, Canada

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

Ajay from Pune, India

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

Don from spokane, United States

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

PD from Overland Park, Kansas, United States

Nice tones, contrast. Well done

9 Apr 2009 3:54pm

Saeed from Tehran, Iran

great shot :)

9 Apr 2009 4:18pm

DenisSm from Prague, Czech Republic

i really like this serie of covered bridges Steve......showing me things we don`t have here .

9 Apr 2009 6:03pm

beanow from Warsaw, Poland

Very nice B&W. Amazing place...

9 Apr 2009 6:48pm

Alivia from Saint-Etienne, France

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

António Pires from Lisbon, Portugal

Good photo.

9 Apr 2009 8:19pm

-1q5yChØt!c- from Persia, Iran

excellent shot...very well taken

9 Apr 2009 10:30pm

observing from North West, United Kingdom

That's an amazing structure Steve, and very well captured. This is a great series !

9 Apr 2009 11:43pm

Charles from New York, United States

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

JJ from Jersey City, United States

Another superb shot in this series wonderful B&W work

10 Apr 2009 1:20am

crystal song from Seattle, United States

wow..Amazing shot.

10 Apr 2009 1:26am

JamesC from portland, United States

That explains why it's so tall. Fine image.

10 Apr 2009 3:49am

EYES WIDE SHUT from The library of my soul, United Kingdom

Wonderfully characterful, so much beauty in it's demise, and significance in it's historical reference. Superbly observed, Steve

10 Apr 2009 4:51am

Monique from Koh Samui, Thailand

From this angle it's even more impressive! Very well captured and the color toning is great.

10 Apr 2009 4:54am

Daryl from Amagasaki, Japan

Intriguing... shame to be left to fall into such a state...

11 Apr 2009 12:48am

xavier cardell from menorca-barcelona, Spain

Nice BW. Best of the series I believe. Well done

11 Apr 2009 8:58am

yiannis krikis from thessaloniki, Greece

I like the contrast and the tonality

13 Apr 2009 5:30pm