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The Village Covered Bridge or sometimes called the Church Street Covered Bridge, is located in Waterville, Vermont. Built in 1877, the bridge spans... more
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The Village Covered Bridge or sometimes called the Church Street Covered Bridge, is located in Waterville, Vermont. Built in 1877, the bridge spans the North Branch of the Lamoille River with a total length of 61 feet. The bridge uses Queen post style construction and the builder is unknown.
I'm a self taught photographer who started competing in Camera Clubs in the early 80's. After retirement in 2011, I invested in new camera equipment and started a new life as a photographer. I enjoy photographing covered bridges and anything I find long the way. My photography has been shown at the Glickman Library at the University of Southern Maine and the Azure Rising Art Gallery in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.
Congratulations!! This beautiful image has been selected to be featured for the week in the “New England Photographers Photographing New England” Group Home Page. You are welcome to add a preview of this featured image to the group’s discussion post titled “2019 May: Stunning Featured Images and Thank-you’s” for a permanent display within the group, to share this achievement with others. You may also share this featured image on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/171657183565863/ Thank you for your participation in the group! (May 28, 2019)