The Oldest Bridge

This bridge, originally built in 1876, was the oldest of the bunch. The modern bridge on the right replaced it some time ago. It lacks the character of the covered bridge. It’s also a high speed two lane passage much more amenable to modern traffic. Advertisements

Covered Bridge & Mill

For Labor Day weekend, my wife and I decided to head on down to Central Indiana and check out the famed covered bridges. All in all, we saw about a dozen of the bridges in the county. This one, a double length, was the longest of them all. The mill has been in operation for over 100…

Maritime Garter Snake

We did not see much land wildlife while in Canada. Mostly it was birds sweeping across the skies and when the sun started casting long shadows, the swarms of mosquitoes. We were walking high in the Cape Breton hills when we saw this beauty crossing our path, slowly crossing our path. My wife is deathly…

Monochrome Monday: Lakefront

One of the good things about living in a place is having the time to take varying photos of the same place under different atmospheric conditions. I ride along the Chicago lakefront on a regular basis continually monitoring the sky for interesting clouds. Lately, the sky has been blue, a sky without much character. On…