Photo taken by Nick Schmiedeler in July 2017
BH Photo #398799
Visited again this weekend, sans 4 tons of greenery. Better look this time of year.
totally agree.....pontists gotta pont though, right? haha...
I would agree with Robert. Winter is my preference, even if it is horribly cold. There's something better about photos with snow on the ground and a crystal blue sky.
This thing really is overgrown. I have to admit I do like bridge hunting in the winter if there's not too much snow on the ground. At least in Kansas, you can see our overgrown bridges in the winter.
This bridge really illustrates why I have been so concerned about the condition of our bridges in Kansas. The greenery growing on this bridge makes for some cool photographs but plants and trees can really put a bridge in danger.
A small Warren pony that has been transformed into a trellis!
reason #57 that a damp, hot summer is not the best time to go looking for bridges....it's a closed little pony nearly indiscernible in the tall weeds, glad to have found it and know that it still exists but could barely be viewed at all in early July