Sunday, October 18, 2009

Adair Covered Bridge Destroyed by Fire Oct 14, 2009

I remember the day(March 12, 2007) I took this photo. With the New Brunswick flag flying from its roof this little covered bridge appeared rather perky and proud crossing the North Becaguimec River near Cloverdale in Carleton County. Sadly this covered bridge was destroyed by fire on Tuesday and Wednesday morning, October14th., 2009. New Brunswick now has 62 covered bridges remaining. , Once there were more than 400.To read more about this destructive fire go tothis cbc news story

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Shadows within a covered bridge

The interior of this old covered bridge is totally within shadow.Just within the entrance of this covered bridge a pattern of light can be seen on the hardwood flooring of the bridge.

The souce of light creating the pattern on the bridge floor is from the spaces between the boards at the end of the bridge's construction.

My appreciative thanks to Tracey, at Hey Harriet, the host of Shadow Shot Sunday for this interesting idea; for more information on this shadow meme,please click on the icon in the side bar

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The Stone Ridge Covered Bridge near Zealand, NB

Crossing the Keswick River at Zealand, York County; the Stone Ridge Covered Bridge was built in 1914.
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