Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Sepia Scenes #32: Covered Bridge



This covered bridge is located in Luthers Mills, Pennsylvania, which is located in Bradford County. It is also known as Knapp's Bridge, and is the highest covered bridge in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has over 200 covered bridges, located in 40 of the state's 67 counties. This bridge is open to traffic, and was originally built in 1853.
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9 comments:

Kahshe Cottager said...

What a beauty! I do enjoy seeing covered bridges. In sepia, this feels like a step back in time!

My Sepia Scenes for this week is Lilac Time

Ralph said...

What a beauty! The planking on the floor looks solid and that style is incomparable! Alas, in CT there are only three covered bridges left...

Annie said...

Lovely. Do they ever have weddings on the bridge? There is a covered bridge from the 1800's just about 45 minutes up the road from us and it's a very popular place for weddings.

kden said...

I wish I could see a covered bridge in person. It reminds me of the movie with Meryl Streep. Fantastic shots. Love the dreamy feel of the second one.

Deb said...

I love covered bridges, I like the sepia tones.

Photo Cache said...

My dream is to visit the East coast where I would explore the many covered bridges you have there. Wonderful in sepia of course.

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The Explorer said...

The bridge is historical already, it survived more than a century. Great shot!!!

maryt/theteach said...

Donna, I love covered bridges! thanks for the info about Pennsylvania! Love your sepia tone! :)

kaye said...

fantastic shot, I just love covered bridges. Hope you can stop by to see my sepia scene and window views Thanks!