I think I posted a shot of this bridge a few years ago. It’s sort of an icon around here for Quabbin photographers. So here’s one more. It’s pretty impressive, hand built by one man, Adolphus Porter, back in the days when handwork was honored and, seeing its longevity, with good reason. Porter was obviously a craftsman. Of course, it only sees the occasional state maintenance vehicle now so little traffic beside humans, but still quite a feat.I hope you have been enjoying the black and white offerings. It is something I am thinking in more and more. However….with Spring almost here, besides the calendar saying so, I am quite eager to start sharing some floral colors. Shan’t be long. 🙂
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