VINE AND BRANCH PHOTO CHALLENGE COVERED WOODEN BRIDGE
While I was visiting in the thumb area of Northern Michigan, I came across this beautiful well traveled covered bridge located in the city of Frakenmuth, Mi. Although the sky was a very dull gray, it presented a real challenge to get some really good photos with all that was going on at the time.
This photo was featured in our post titled, ‘BUILT LIKE A BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS!” The name of this beautiful bridge is, ZEHNDER’S HOLZ BRUCKE COVERED WOODEN BRIDGE, located in the beautiful city of Frankenmuth, Mi.
This beautiful COVERED WOODEN BRIDGE was constructed in 1979, set in place on January 29, 1980 and dedicated on September 9, 1980. This bridge is a three Span Town Lattice. Length 239 feet, Height 14’4″, Wood 163.288 Board feet. Douglas Firect Width 28′. Traffic Lanes 2 vehicles.
The bridge is a two lane well traveled bridge traveled by horse and carriage, as well as automobiles going North and South. It also has a walk way for people on both sides, separated from the traffic lanes making it safe for both autos and people.
This photo is a night shot of this beautiful COVERED WOODEN BRIDGE. It shows the magic of lights and the fog as it rose from the troubled waters flowing beneath the bridge.
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