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Poinsett Bridge fall scenes

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Littlefield, Nov 18, 2011.

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  1. Littlefield

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    https://www.dnr.sc.gov/mlands/managedland?p_id=39

    I have always wanted to take fall pictures of this old bridge built in 1820 and did last week . Hope some enjoy.

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  2. poochee

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    Thanks for the tour and history. Beautiful shots.:)
     
  3. Coastal

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    Excellent photography and most beautiful scenery. Thank U for sharing.
    Is this near Jones Gap?
     
  4. Littlefield

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    poochee ,I always appreciate your comments. Glad you liked them and I love that location with the old masonry of the bridge.
     
  5. Littlefield

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    Thanks, Coastal it is about 40 miles NE from Jones Gap . I like this one as the final print for the overall shot of the bridge .

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    But I really like the way the depth is shown in this shot.
     
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    Last ones and that grey rock not seen as connected to the bridge scene bothered me on the other picture above these two.
     
  7. poochee

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    I like the rocks, their varied color makes them interesting.
     
  8. Littlefield

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    poochee, part of that especially evident on the right side and the left with blue-purplish rock is where some idiots defaced it with graffiti and DNR used chemical peel to remove it . They did it about a week before I took photos and the DNR guy I saw that day when I was there said it had been pretty bad.
     
  9. poochee

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    I see that now. Unfortunately, there will always be creeps who do stuff like that.(n)
     
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    Great pics.And love the color..
     
  11. Littlefield

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    Wilson, thanks and I am glad you liked them.
     
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    They are all nice shots lf but the first one is the kicker for me. I like the angle and the colors especially in the actual rock work. Good job.
     
  13. Littlefield

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    Thanks, Guy. I liked that capture the best too with the clean angle and loved the green moss on the old rocks of the bridge .
    The final one of it above that I printed at 13 x 19 is getting custom framed.
     
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