Memory Monday, Week 85


I love photographing bridges, both large and small. My earliest bridge images date from the 1980s and 1990s, when I first discovered their attraction. The stone dam/footbridge in the two photos below, located in Negro Bar State Park, no longer exists. It was destroyed during the building of the new Lake Natoma Crossing. Only a few remnants remain, buried under blackberry bushes and other types of brush.



Wooden bridge over Hinkle Creek, Negro Bar State Park


Perrine Memorial Bridge over the Snake River, Idaho


Pedestrian bridge over the American River, Fair Oaks, California — spring 1985


Coronado Bridge, San Diego — July 1981


The first of many photos I’ve made of the Rainbow Bridge, Folsom


Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point



Footbridge at Clear Lake State Park, Kelseyville, California — 1995

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