American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.

Hyde Hall Covered Bridge

October 2018

10 responses to “Hyde Hall Covered Bridge”

  1. Does that even qualify as a bridge? I mean sure I am not close to it but it seems too short/ small to be regarded as such. Anyway, It needs something to hold on to. A rope or something just to make it safer.

  2. Beautiful inside out, I wonder where the bridge too. As small as it is, it might be to a small place too.

  3. This is such a beautiful shot! What camera do you use? I’ve always wondered what camera it is since you always have amazing pictures.

  4. It would take a lot of courage to use this bridge. The fear of falling is greater than the desire to cross over.

  5. At first I thought it was the log bridge. Now I get it. The people who came up with this kind of a bridge were very creative and mindful also.

  6. Looks like a perfect picture of a summer getaway happy place where time has no meaning. I can imagine myself fishing on the stream’s edge and having fun until the sun sets, completely forgetting about everything else.

  7. This bridge is so unique. But from it’s design it can only be used by a community or a group of people related. Otherwise it can get damaged very fast.

  8. This is a sharp shot, it seem its spring already with the brown leaves. The bridge photo is just okay to my view

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