the rails and trees make for some nice shadows. :)
I Love the Wood and Woods! Makes for a serene pic!John
I love the rough hewn look of this bridge, though I would prefer two handrails!
Tinker Creek? Is this the creek made famous by Annie Dillard and her book?A Painted, Shadowy Image
The view looks rustic, as if time has come and gone. The rural area is beautiful, the bridge is simple, built without being engineered, its simple purpose to cross the creek its sole reason for being. Lovely shadows!
I love this bridge and all the different angles you shot it from.
I love your shadow shots for the day, Genie, as always! I, too, like the wood and the woods! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!Sylvia
Adorable little footbridges! So much character in their weathered design! Lovely photos!
Very nice shadow shots.Regards and best wishes
Great capture! Thank you!
Looks like a nice trail with the footbridge. A great shadow shot. Happy Sunday!
Lovely, subtle shadows on that very picturesque bridge! I like how you've given us the play by play as you approach and cross it :)Have a wonderful week!
Nicely presented views of the bridge. Gives a good idea of it.
Beautiful, Genie. Just my sort of place for a good long walk, crossing each bridge as I come to it! (But my imagination may not reflect reality!)
What a beautiful little walking bridge. Talk about just begging to be photographed. Great job capturing the feel and sereneness of this foot bridge.Cheers,Leah
Beautiful...looks so peaceful and tranquil. I can nearly imagine hearing in the distance a bird call.IF I HAD A HAMMER
«Louis» being the Klutz Kaptain of the Universe, would surely break through one of these or otherwise find a way to crash! That said, he thanks you for this fine contribution to his 100th Sunday Bridge Series post!
Gorgeous! Thanks for your contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday 2.Muffin's Shadow
Beautiful old bridges, wonderfully photographed, Genie!
You need to watch your step walking through these shadows.
N ice work! That last rendition/interpretation is scrumptious.
Your bridge shots are always interesting, like today.Have a good week!
I love places like this!
A very nice photo series, I like this beautiful old wooden bridge.Greeting Karin
Wonder if the "Pilgrim at Tinker Creek" used this bridge? Have you heard of or red that book? It always sounds so good to me, but I try and cannot get into it....