Monday, May 25, 2009

Covered Bridge

Kymulga Covered Bridge

* While I am in France, I have asked some of my photography friends to share some of their fine work with all of you.  I hope you will leave them comments.  I'm sure they will enjoy hearing from you as much as I do!  While I'm gone I will be blogging on Paris Through My Lens. Please stop by and follow my adventures!

Today's offering from my guest photographer Doug Stocks, is the Kymulga Covered Bridge in Childersburg, just south of Birmingham.

10 comments:

Olivier said...

belle perspective sur cette photo

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

This is another excellent capture

Judy - So California said...

Doug - What an incredible bridge - beautifully captured!

cieldequimper said...

Lovely bridge!

Abe Lincoln said...

One of the few times I have seen a person pose with a camera and who is using the view finder correctly with both eyes open. I like the bridge photo too.

My look back to the good old days on Decoration Day

Virginia said...

Doug,
I'VE never seen this bridge either! Just a great shot of yours as always.
V

Julie said...

Lovely light here, Doug. Nothing nicer than aged wood.

King of New York Hacks said...

No traffic at all on that bridge...only in my dreams do bridgs look lke that.

Harriet said...

great photo!

PJ said...

I don't know why but I have to say that I'm surprised to learn there is a covered bridge in the South. Just lovely.