A Frenchie with German blood who likes to travel.
The timbers are intriguing (I always like them) and the green is very inviting today. Nice pic. You were better off not knowing about the Goonies, so I'm sorry I've ruined your life in that way :) Lump them with L&C memorabilia. But it will be interesting to see the crowds on that empty parking lot next week. I just hope they dress up photogenically.
I love covered bridges. This one appears to quite open.
Love the colors of this bridge. This reminds me of Vermont and NH - my memories of Quebec are very urban.
I love the wood! And it looks very well cared for. Nice shot!
Looks like a symphony of geometry. Lovely!
What a neat bridge and that pop of green at the far end. Super!! MB
Covered bridges are so neat. I want to take the drive through the ones in Oregon one of these weekends.
we don't have covered bridges here..this is beautiful. reminds me of the Meryl Streep-Clint Eastwood movie.:p
Dear Ciel, what a wonderful view from the inside, it's magnificent!Léia
A great covered bridge, the light on the wood is amazing.
Sur la route de Madison ...
Hai. So desu ka. Yes, it is so. A beautiful covered bridge. We still have a lot of them here in Ohio where we live. One, the name is Warnke, covered bridge, is not far from our house.I think you can Google it and see what it looks like.Warnke Covered Bridge
What a historical, wooden gem! Not many bridges left like that one!
Love this bridge! The wood is so beautiful and the the green at the end of the tunnel :D
The patterns and the green on the other side are wonderful!
cool - a stepladder to green heaven :)
That's beautiful - such wonderful timbers.
This is such a nice photograph. I like all the little holes for light to shine through on to the wooden planks. And, the green at the end is awesome.
J'adore la façon dont la perspective nous conduit jusqu'à la tache de verdure tout au fond!
Like the tunnel vision perspective and contrast in colours...
Very cool shot of the bridge, Ciel. I guess Quebec must have many more covered bridges than Ontario, which isn't difficult as Ontario has one (so I hear).
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