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Old May 4, 2014, 3:45 PM   #1
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Default Taftsville Covered Bridge

This bridge is located in Woodstock, Vermont. It was damaged heavily in Hurricane Irene, and was just opened this summer.





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Old May 4, 2014, 6:06 PM   #2
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Oh! That is pretty and you did well with it.
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Beautiful photos Drew. And again, it's interesting how similar your rolling wooded hills are to many places in Oregon. We've got a handful of covered bridges as well and your shots are inspiring. I see a road trip in my not too distant future.
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The covered bridges in Vermont are gorgeous. I'd love to go back to the Stowe area and do some country-side shooting. Was there back in 2000, but with a friend who wasn't into the "stopping to photograph something" mode. I should never travel with such.
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This bridge is kind of a pain to shoot, as you can see by the annoying little branches or ugly buildings at the side of the frame. It was on the way back from the mountains, so it was one of those, pull over and take 15 shots, and hope for a good one.
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This bridge is kind of a pain to shoot, as you can see by the annoying little branches or ugly buildings at the side of the frame. It was on the way back from the mountains, so it was one of those, pull over and take 15 shots, and hope for a good one.
Just channel your inner Clint Eastwood (Bridges of Madison County)
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If it wasn't for those ugly buildings the bridge probably would not still be there. The branches and such are just part of the scene and you have captured the bridge in its surroundings. Nice shots. Bucolic Vermont is getting harder to find
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Oh, and it looks good and study. This spring there was news footage of a covered bridge torn from its footings going down a river in New Brunswick. This bridge looks like it is here to stay. Again, nice shots
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That's a very long bridge, beautiful capture of an interesting structure.

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