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Uploaded: 08/06/16 12:49 AM GMT
Covered Bridge
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An old photo I found in the family album dating back to early summer of 2016. I did what I could to restore it to a more pristine condition, but the ravages of time have taken their toll.

Enjoy and your comments welcomed.


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08/06/16 7:22 AM GMT
I have always enjoyed seeing these 'covered' bridges....We don't see these over here!....
they do add a characteristic setting to a scene...

Good one for the contest Wendell!
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08/06/16 8:12 AM GMT
Looks solidly built to withstand the Canadian winter. Nice composition and the sepia tone makes it look even better.
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
08/06/16 2:50 PM GMT
It is an oldie then isn't it! Wonderful tones in this - it looks quite retro so could go in the current contest.
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. . . Earth laughs in flowers! Ralph Waldo Emerson
08/06/16 5:13 PM GMT
Love the sepia tones in your image Wendell - the bridge really adds to the beauty of the woods - Great Capture!!!
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08/06/16 8:54 PM GMT
Vintage 2016...that's funny! You really did "antique" this well!
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08/07/16 12:53 AM GMT
Nice job, it does have that Old Vintage look.
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08/10/16 11:45 PM GMT
Magnificent capture of this wonderful bridge and the post work makes this a bonus for the contest and Good Luck
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08/13/16 4:18 PM GMT
You did a good good job on the note restoring this photo.

And whoever took it.. composed it well.


Nit picking, really.. the border/vignetting?

Part of me wants to see it more 'uniform', and in particular.. at the top and right-hand side. If there were no 'gaps'.. as is the case in the left-hand side and bottom of your framing/vignetting.. might kick things up a notch and mitigate any visual distractions?

Thinking/typing out in the above. Hope you don't mind.

That said.. and on the above note, just some creative food for thought, Wendell:

"Sepia & Ageing Effects Tutorial"

Best of luck with your entry here.

And, but, of course.. thanks for sharing this one with us.
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