Memory Monday, Week 85

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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.

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Wooden bridge over Hinkle Creek, Negro Bar State Park

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Perrine Memorial Bridge over the Snake River, Idaho

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

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Coronado Bridge, San Diego — July 1981

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

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Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point

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

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