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A Bridge to Yesterday

Uploaded by: stoneygirl

Friday November 9, 2012

Worcester, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This is one of my favorite footbridges in the area where I live. This bridge was first built in approximately 1854. It has begun to show it's age but I was so thrilled today to see that they are planning on renovating it very soon. It is now closed because the boards are cracking. I would have been so sad if this beautiful bridge were to be closed permanently which is what I thought when I first saw the sign today from a distance. I have many childhood memories on this bridge. I love it!

Model: Canon EOS REBEL T2i

Orientation: top - left

Exposure Time: 1/99 sec.

FNumber: f/6.4

ISO Speed Ratings: 100

Focal Length: 28.0 mm

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2. gilg72
1:57 AM GMT on November 10, 2012
A very lovely image Debbie. Renovating this bridge should give you some good pleasurable visits for another 150 years!
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1. Biskitten
1:41 AM GMT on November 10, 2012
Super shot!
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stoneygirl

My name is Debbie and I live in Central Massachusetts. I am a mom of 2, a grandma to Jace and a "Mama Stone" (as I'm called) to about 25 rental kids as I call them. I consider myself to be a serious maybe even (as all my kids would say, "Obsessed" photographer. If it moves I photograph it, if breaths I photograph it, if it doesn't breath I photograph it and if it doesn't move I photograph it even more. Ok, so my kids are right, I'm obsessed. I never leave home with out it, my camera that is. I've always loved photography but as I've headed into my mid-life crisis period I have begun to open my eyes to more of the wonder around me. Why it took so long I don't know but look out world I have arrived. Now I have a thirst to make up for lost time and I love Wunderground and all of the wunderful photographers I get to share my world with. I absolutely love seeing everyone�s photos from around the world and for that I thank all of you for your wonderful generosity for sharing them with me and us on this great site. Smile say cheese now!!Large Visitor Globe

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