Monday, November 23, 2015

The Little Bridge Over Jack's Creek

ISO 250, f/5, 1/160s
Edited: Lightroom

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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Tamar SB said...

So pretty - so crazy that once was part of the Turnpike!

Mersad said...

Like out of a painting. The bridge is quite old as well!

Thanks so much for linking in with "Through My Lens".

Mersad Donko Photography

Andy said...

This bridge is too classy for a turnpike.

Snap said...

What a lovely spot! Amazing, isn't it, that the roads of this country were the size of this bridge. Growth is not all its cracked up to be. So glad this little bridge still exists.

MadSnapper said...

i love getting lost on purpose and this is a beautiful bridge, can't believe it is that old. daddy was born in 1913 and it was a hundred years old then. wow.

A Bit of the Blarney said...

Yes, it would be hard to see this bridge as part of the Pennsylvania turnpike. It is a handsome bridge though!! I wonder who Jack was too! Happy Thanksgiving!

Chere Mama said...

It was worth getting lost! What wonderful pictures of an ideal, heavenly piece of the world.

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

Your shots look like painting. Very beautiful bridge

Linda Kay said...

Great find in your search. I'd love to sit and observe.

Wayne said...

He's a good man. I love picking an obscure location to go photograph, but no one in my family will join me. I guess the wacky gene mutated.

Ohmydearests said...

He most love you... Lovely images!

Anonymous said...

What a quaint bridge! And does he (your hubby) love you for finding this bridge? (teasing! Hubby-s of creative women do a lot of things for love, and not because they're really interested in it:):) )

EG CameraGirl said...

A pretty bridge and well built to have lasted two centuries.

Sarah Huizenga said...

Love that bridge.

A Colorful World said...

A beautiful stone bridge! How lovely to wander about on an adventure together!

Billy Blue Eyes said...

Almost like something you would see on Dartmoor in the UK