Thursday, April 25, 2013

Friday's Fences - Landmark

This fence borders the pathway to Burnside Bridge, an American landmark at Antietam National Battlefield. The bridge is one of the most photographed bridges of the Civil War. 



Hop on over to Jan's to check out some other really cool fence photos~!


9 comments:

Genie Robinson said...

This one is a beauty. We have a Civil War swinging bridge not too far away that is photographed all the time. genie

Leave It To Davis said...

Love the angle of the fence shot...and the bridge is amazing to last this long!

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s.c said...

Like the angle you took to photograph the fence. A great composition. Well done.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

that bridge is amazing. what great work/architecture!! ( :

Jan n Jer said...

WElcome to FF...good to see you here! Love your perspective on the fence and that bridge is gorgeous...gotta get there and see it in person!

Faye said...

Your photography is just outstanding, Kelly--getting better and better. Like mum says, perspective is just so good in the first pic the way you start with such a closeup view of the fence and then "dissolve" to the bridge. Don't know what you had to do to get such a great angle for the bridge shot, but it was worth it!

Don't know if you like reading historical fiction but I just finished "Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker" based on the true story of Mary Todd Lincoln's--and President Lincoln's--friendship with a freed slave who made clothes for Mrs. Lincoln.

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Sally in WA said...

Wonderful shots!

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