Hugh Forrest Wolfe

About Me 

Email: hughforrestwolfe [at] gmail [dot] com
Website: https://youpic.com/photographer/forrestfotography/?mode=latest

I’ve lived a lot of places, with only seven states untouched. I've occupied apartments, houses, rented rooms, even the converted attic of an 1882 rail station. But I have to say my current state of Arizona is near the top of my list...

Wanderlust... "A strong longing for or impulse toward wandering"

...Merriam Webester

"On the old highway maps of America, the main routes were red and the back roads blue. Now even the colors are changing. But in those brevities just before dawn and a little after dusk – times neither day nor night – the old roads return to the sky some of its color. Then, in truth, they carry a mysterious cast of blue, and it’s that time when the pull of the blue highways is strongest ..."

...William Least Heat Moon,

Blue Highways

I've always loved to travel and explore "blue highways" as you'll never know what perfect photo is just around that next bend unless you go...

I shoot whatever interests me at the moment be it landscapes, automobiles, architecture or what-have-you, it's all fun. I'm eclectic in my interests, preferring not to realize what I'm after until I see it first hand...

I love old vehicles, especially British sports cars. Currently my wife Renée and I both drive MINI Coopers...

I'm ecologically minded, preferring to recycle/up-cycle an item as opposed to dumping it in a landfill...

I appreciate modern as well as classical design, however originality always wins. Small (efficient) is better than large and costly...

I'm continually fascinated by the idea of traveling/photographing the country via a converted bus/motor-coach, wanderlust...

Bridges Photographed 

(In no particular order)


Old Highway 80 Bridge

Recent Updates 

Brannon Road Bridge (Ellis County, Texas)
Pony truss bridge over Richland Creek on Brannon Road
February 17, 2013: New photo from Hugh F Wolfe
Old Highway 80 Bridge (Harrison County, Texas)
Abandoned truss bridge over Wards Creek on Old US Route 80 (CR3810)
February 17, 2013: Updated by Hugh F Wolfe: Set the GPS location by using Google Maps (placed indicator at junction of Wards Creek and Old Hwy 80), merged NBI data.
Old Highway 80 Bridge (Harrison County, Texas)
Abandoned truss bridge over Wards Creek on Old US Route 80 (CR3810)
February 17, 2013: Updated by Hugh F Wolfe: Set the GPS location by using Google Maps (placed indicator at junction of Wards Creek and Old Hwy 80)
Old Highway 80 Bridge (Harrison County, Texas)
Abandoned truss bridge over Wards Creek on Old US Route 80 (CR3810)
February 16, 2013: Added by Hugh F Wolfe