Becky and I traveled to Kimmswick today for lunch at the Blue Owl. With the water so high, we decided to see how the bridges looked. I have a real affinity for these footbridges, and thought this treatment worked well for a bridge as old as this one, which was built in 1874.
This morning was the first glorious morning of springlike weather, so I decided to go for a hike. I took a two-mile hike on the Woodbine Trail at Babler Memorial SP, not too far from the house. It was a beautiful hike, with plenty to look at in the early morning sun. Part of the hiking trail parallels one of the horse trails, which this bridge rides over. I looked back, and saw this beautiful sight.
This image is actually made up of six images, each shot one stop apart, combined in Photomatix, imported into Lightroom, and then tweaked just a smidge.