Photography The Bridge (White Mountains National Forest, 2012) Posted on September 7, 2020September 8, 2020 by Thomas Slatin White Mountains National Forest2012Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThe Old Well Pump Next PostWonder Bread Factory 24 thoughts on “The Bridge (White Mountains National Forest, 2012)”Bridge to nowhereLoading...ReplyIt looks like a modern and safe bridge in the mountains, you always pick the best topics Tom.Loading...ReplyPerfectly centered shot that makes you feel like you’re physically there. Very adventurous, forest pic.Loading...ReplyWow this is an old bridge I take it but the shots tell otherwise. I have never been here but this looks majestic. Your talent shines here. Good shot!!!Loading...ReplySuch eerie place. I really love the way you took the picture, it is as if the bridge itself is welcoming us venture into the woods.Loading...ReplyYou must be an expect tourist. I love your personality Tom.Loading...ReplyThat’s the most lush forest I have ever seen. Nature at its best!Loading...ReplyWhat a beautiful forest. I bet there are so many animals in it.Loading...ReplyI have heard so much about the White Mountains National Forest. I hope to visit it some day in the future.Loading...ReplyA very well built bridge I have to say. I am impressed.Loading...ReplyI can picture how dark this place might be at night. Just imagining it gives me goosebumps.Loading...ReplyI like it when man preserves nature like this. I hope the forest is kept in its current state for generations to come.Loading...ReplyThe bridge looks very familiar. I might have seen it before.Loading...ReplyLooks like a pathway to heaven to me. That is very subjective though haha.Loading...ReplyWhat could be lying on the other side of the bridge? That remains a mystery.Loading...ReplyThat is so much green in one place. A very well preserved forest indeed.Loading...ReplyFew forests are this lush today. The government should protect this forest.Loading...ReplyI imagine the path to the enchanted forest, where everything is more pure and natural, how beautiful it is to find well-preserved places.Loading...ReplyI always love taking pictures on bridges. What a nice bridge it is!Loading...ReplyLooks bright and lovely. It really feels cool walking over it.Loading...ReplyThat bridge still looks intact. I’ve seen similar bridges, in some parts of my country, where they look as if they could do with more than just a few coats of paint and termite repellent.The question related to this photo, however, is:“Is it the view of a place where we should go, or is it a view from the place where we currently are?”Oftentimes, the grass does look greener on the other side, but we tend to forget the beauty of the side that we’re on, at times.Nonetheless, I’d say that it’s worth crossing that bridge and exploring what the other side has to offer, if only to gain valuable experience along the way.Loading...ReplySuch a beautiful way to go to more majestic place. It is the bridge that can take you to the other side. I always love to go with these kind of places.Loading...ReplyYou do great photography I like how you capture rare moments. it shows you are a professional. Capturing the rail looks awesome.Loading...Reply Pingback: Photographer Thomas W.P. Slatin’s “Year In Review” – TomSlatin.comLeave a Reply to A. Rizudin Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.