Saturday, January 30, 2010

Light at the End of the Covered Bridge

Potter's Bridge, Noblesville, Indiana. The Monochrome Weekend. This week's b&w's here; the Wall, last week's stars, here.
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11 comments:

Julie said...

Glorious use of light, Michael. Such modern styling within a rustic structure.

Bravo!

Carolyn Ford said...

Ahhh...this is so good! Fabulous light at the end and filtering through the cracks. This is such a good black and white!

Calico Crazy said...

Off into the unknown. ~ Calico Contemplations

awarewriter said...

I agree with Julie. You have another good one here Michael.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Nice monochrome, I love the powerful light and the darkness within, but not loosing detail. We have a big covered bridge near here, too, the Langley Bridge. Very similar.

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John said...

Lovely old wooden bridge with a very effective tunnel perspective.

Bella said...

This is lovely! Nice clear silhouettes against the bright white light. I like this very much.

Mona Sweden said...

It's like a tunnel heading towards the future. I really like it!

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

It looks enormous, so sturdy, I wonder what it spans.
Nonetheless, great photo!

Dragonstar said...

We have no covered bridges like that here. We're obviously missing a lot! This is a fine shot.

Hannah - Zukan said...

Brilliant! (No pun intended) :) Your photo draws me in. I want to see what's behind the brilliant light. I'd like to be on that bridge, too!