THE BRIDGE hear the frogs croak looking for a mate birds singing in the wind meditative calming state nature embraces sweet moments in time alone with one's self to the bridge I will climb the red bridge overlooks much greenery in calm such peaceful moments open hands to the palm breathe in the purest air painted path doeth take lovely lilies in the pond eyes open for mercy's sake crossing over to the other side last moments begin say goodbye to the earth death always wins by: Lisa Coleman Sue Vincent is the host of Thursday Photo Prompt. "Painted"
Until last weekend, i had no idea that there was a covered bridge so close to home. Typically, I drive all over the state to take pictures of covered bridges in very remote location. There are 55 in the state, and I haven’t even photographed half of them.
Note: The bridges were originally covered to protect the road from rain and snow. The covering themselves are relatively inexpensive compared to the cost of building a bridge over a river. Building a cover over a bridge protected a town’s investment.