Sunday, May 5, 2013

a day in the life of brattleboro--parting shot

i'll end this series 
with a view of the iconic creamery bridge.
not her most flattering photo but the best i could manage on that sullen april afternoon.

12 comments:

Jack said...

The bridge will still be there on a beautiful summer day when your camera and you return. And, on a dazzling autumn day. Not to mention on the sunny morning after winter's first snowstorm.

Arija said...

Where exactly is the Creamery Bridge, it looks oh so familiar.

Birdman said...

But that day. That time. That place. That's it.

brattcat said...

Arija, heading north, turning left off of Western Avenue onto Guilford Street toward Living Memorial Park the Creamery Bridge is right in front of you. Not certain why it looks so familiar...except that many covered bridges do look alike.

Sharon said...

I like the moody look to this shot of that wonderful bridge.

Malyss said...

And then , Clint Eastwood-Robert said to Meryl Streep-Francesca :"It seems right now that all I've ever done in my life is making my way here to you "..(Sigh)
I don't know if it's the right bridge, but I always think of that story when I see a covered bridge ! :o)

Doronette NF said...

it looks pretty cool

Bob Crowe said...

I sometimes wonder why people built covered bridges. If there is rain or snow, a traveler gets it on the way in and the way our. Perhaps just a bit of shelter.

Cezar and Léia said...

Covered bridges have always fascinated me.I enlarged the picture and it's charming!Great shot!
Léia

Doug Hickok said...

It is nice to see there are still covered bridges to admire in your parts of the country. They remind me of Currier and Ives prints :^)

Kate said...

Jackd is such a romantic, isn't he? but he's got a few good points!

Library Jewel said...

Ah, I like this image of it. Whenever I am in town, the creek is almost dry.