ISO 250, f/5, 1/160s
This bridge in central Pennsylvania
(Stone Arch Bridge Park, Mifflin County)
has quite the history.
It was built in 1813
over Jack's Creek
(I wonder who Jack was)
as part of the Pittsburgh to Harrisburg Turnpike
ISO 250, f/5, 1/80
Edited: Topaz Impression
It is hard to imagine
this little bridge
as part of the PA Turnpike.
The turnpike has since moved (and grown)
and all that is left of the old one
is this little bridge.
I made my husband
join me a in getting lost
while traversing unknown country roads
just to find this bridge.
He must love me.
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