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03-OCT-2007 Nestor Derkach

Bennett Bean Covered Bridge 1898 , about 25 miles from Bethel off of Maines scenic route 26 .

Another day dealing with mostly cloudy situations.
I posted three different views for those interested in old wooden covered bridges.
Front view , side view , and the interior to show some of the construction.
I know time is valuable for my friends at Pbase so I figured this is the best way to get the three views so you can view them with out clicking around your computer .
They are lovely covered wooden briges and some are still in use today.

other sizes: small medium large original auto
Andrew Vincent26-Oct-2007 10:54
Wonderful bridge, I love the first 2 shots.... Breathtaking colour and masterful compositions. I got to the third shot ... WOW! Fantastic POV, a compelling shot. HUGE VOTE!
Debbie Blackburn Beierle25-Oct-2007 06:56
Super captures of this gorgeous covered bridge. I especially like the composition of the middle one. Such beautiful fall colors. Should be framed and hung a wall. GMV
Carol Rollins25-Oct-2007 05:03
Each is better than the last and the last simply took my breath away. A wonderful capture of that passing light and the composition is wonderful. V.
NealyBob25-Oct-2007 03:59
I like all three but like the third one best because of the warm light & mood you captured so well~! V
Simon Chandler25-Oct-2007 02:59
Excellent work. All images have great composition and rich colors. v
Peter Stahl25-Oct-2007 01:37
Terrific set Nestor! Luv the perspective and perfect exposure in the last one. GMV.
Guest 25-Oct-2007 00:25
Sorry, the last one is the shot I was commenting on! Covered bridges are a challenge for me. I just can't seem to capture what I see. You've done a fabulous job on this one.
Guest 25-Oct-2007 00:23
I love this view!! Beautiful shadows and interesting perspective, Nestor. Sometimes the weather doesn't cooperate and we have to make do. V
Janet Forjan-Freedman24-Oct-2007 22:00
Great views of the bridge showing interesting details! My favourite is the last in the series - I like the way my eye is drawn through bridge and beyond!
Guest 24-Oct-2007 21:06
Very picturesque bridge portrayed lovingly here. The composition in the first shot is my favourite.
veraferia24-Oct-2007 19:32
The three photos are splendid!V
runcible24-Oct-2007 16:59
Beautiful shots- lovely colors. Great idea to put the three photos together. V
Tom Munson24-Oct-2007 15:28
Beautiful images Nestor. The wood work on this bridge is amazing. V
Guest 24-Oct-2007 14:59
Excellent shots of a lovely scene. v.
Tom Briggs24-Oct-2007 13:49
Nestor, these are fantastic shots, especially the bottom two ... you used the overcast conditions to great effect. I think my favorite is the interior shot but, then again, they're all great. Voted
QUERIDO24-Oct-2007 13:20
Excellent shot,vote
edwina beaumont24-Oct-2007 13:19
this is such an interesting structure, love the three viewpoints and the delicate autumn background
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography24-Oct-2007 13:02
Excellent series indeed, I like the composition of the first one and great control of light and pov of the third one, fine colors and tonalities as well, Voted.
Fong Lam24-Oct-2007 12:57
I am always fascinated by the beauty and contruction of covered bridges.
These images are among the best I have seen. Love all the view points
and the clarity and colors are outstanding, Nestor.
Jola Dziubinska24-Oct-2007 11:50
Excellent presentation, Nestor.
Love the first photo with the whole bridge overlook which looks like a shark's jaws!!!
The second shot is lovely with all the autumn colors on the hills. Splendid view.
And the last one - amazing perspective and light, original size takes me right inside this bridge pathway.
If I only could vote three times...
Marcia Colelli24-Oct-2007 11:40
Wonderful exposure on the last photo. Very similar to one I have. I wish we had time to find the covered bridges on my trip to Maine. V
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