Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Rowell Covered Bridge

Just a short while ago, I took you to Contoocook, NH and showed you the railroad covered bridge. This bridge is just a little ways up the Contoocook River.

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14 comments:

madcobug said...

Beautiful pictures. The fall foliage sets them off. Helen

Chris said...

Beautiful shots Steve. So how many bridge like this one do you have around?
Sometime they make me think of the bridges we have in Iceland, although ours are a little bit more rusty and less complex!

Eve said...

I really like this one! Love that last photo.

Arija said...

Just wonderful, the last shot would make a great puzzle.

A New England Life said...

Lucky you Steve in seeing all these wonderful covered bridges! This one doesn't appear to be as old as some of them but with the sky, the leaves, the water ... it's a beauty!

Erica Houskeeper said...

This bridge looks like it's in very good shape. Interesting style, too. Any idea when it was built?

Judy said...

What a great bridge! And the river looks to be such an interesting one, too, with lots of ripples!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

This is a real swanky one Steve. :)

Gwendolyn said...

I like this series of pictures. The last one is especially beauitful. I like the flow of the water and the color in the leaves handing over the bank. Thanks fow sharing.

JPT said...

Nice shots of a very nice bridge - with a bit of autumn thrown in!

Carol said...

Yet another great covered bridge and lovely water way. Carol

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful photos of the covered bridge. I like how the roof is shaped on this bridge.

Jay Albert said...

Great photos Steve! How great would it be to own one on a defunct road and turn it into a residence? It may sound silly but I've always thought of that.

hip chick said...

Great photo's. I like the last one very much. What is it about covered bridges that we love so much? They just seem to transport us back to another time. This looks particularly pretty with the foliage.

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