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One of my favorite things to do is to photograph old bridges and barns.
There’s just something nostalgic and picture-perfect to me about rustic wooden things. (And there are quite a few old bridges around here. Most of these were photographed in Leipers Fork, Tennessee.)
While the land we’re planning to build our log home doesn’t have a water crossing that would require a bridge like this… it’s still fun to look.
Who knows, maybe someone out there will think up some fun & interesting ideas for their own log home property after looking at these pictures of wooden covered bridges.
Here are some more pictures of wooden covered bridges.
And another one…
Some interesting facts about covered bridges here.
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