Old and Forgotten

© Emmett S. Speelman

Old and Forgotten

Uploaded: July 27, 2005

Description

An old unused bridge in the woods

Comments

Dan McConoughey August 05, 2005

Emmett, love this image it's the kind of thing that really suprises one in the woods. The fact that nature can reclaim so much, to appear as if it had always been that way and man had never altered anything.
The arch and reflected arch the greens and stones on the botom of the stream,
the whole composition is great. #289668

Emmett S. Speelman August 07, 2005

Thanks Dan for the kind words, I ran across this a few years back while hunting, and always thought that when I got a good camera I would return. well one of those dog days of summer I did to find a low stream, with one high spot were some one to seat. #1688882

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