I don't think it's tipping to one side. lol Here is another pic, maybe with a lil better angle (it is on a hill)I love the mood you've managed to create in the 3rd and 4th shot. As a fan of coverd bridges I like #1, but the angle you shot it from tends to give the impression that the bridge is tipping to one side - or does it really sit like that?
I don't think it's tipping to one side. lol Here is another pic, maybe with a lil better angle (it is on a hill)
Luckily there isn't any traffic on this one! (it has been retired)Yeah, its straighter in this one. There are lots of covered bridges in my area and I've taken photos of several. I know getting a decent shot of a covered bridge can be difficult\tricky because of the lack of solid ground to stand and park on! Many of the bridges in my area are surrounded by weeds and the newest problem is the county has started building wooden arches which hold a stop sign or traffic light about three feet in front of the bridges on each end - really ruins a photo op.