There was 1 or 2 statements by my followers that were interested in just how the Covered Bridge was raised off it’s foundation to be repaired. I did some snooping around and found these Images of the Bridge being lifted off it’s supports, taken apart, and returned to it’s original setting. I was not thereContinue reading “LIFTING A COVERED BRIDGE.”
Monthly Archives: September 2020
In my photography travels around my general area, I always seem to be looking for subjects that I can photograph and make them look a bit different than just a plain ole’ Image. I always try and find something that would be interesting to view and the story behind it. As I may have statedContinue reading “MISTY”
HORSE & BUGGY
Traveling the many roads in Lancaster County, this is one of the very common things you see on the road most all the time. The Amish Horse & Buggy’s use the roads just like we do, but they don’t travel as fast. The Buggy’s are required by law to have reflectors on the back &Continue reading “HORSE & BUGGY”
LANCASTER COVERED BRIDGES.
For a bit of time now, I have gotten a strong urge to continue my interest in the Covered Bridges of Lancaster County. There are a number of them down here, and some are fairly close by to me. I just have to travel a bit, but it’s not really a problem. Others are somewhatContinue reading “LANCASTER COVERED BRIDGES.”
COVERED BRIDGES OF LANCASTER COUNTY.
This is the Hunsecker Mill Covered Bridge that was built in 1843 by a fella named John Russell. It is a single span wooden double burr arch truss design and it spans the Conestoga River. It is the longest single span covered bridge in Lancaster County, measuring a long 120 ft. In the past years,Continue reading “COVERED BRIDGES OF LANCASTER COUNTY.”
FALL IS COMING
Out there with my camera over at one of my favorite spots looking for photo opportunities, I just happen to come upon an area where there can be some wildlife, but this time there was nothing here but the foliage starting to show that Fall is on it’s way. The trees & shrubs along theContinue reading “FALL IS COMING”
DAMAGED COVERED BRIDGE
Thanks for stopping by. I still don’t like this new format. Trying to get used to it! Les