This railroad trestle converted to a footbridge can be found in Moosup. The rail line in this part of the state has long been abandon and made into a bike and walking path for miles. I will be posting this shot to Theresa’s “Good Fence” meme. Sorry Theresa, no stone wall this week. To see more of my photos please feel free to stop by my website Bruce Clark Photography.
These steeplejacks are working on the Congregational church on the green in Lebanon. I will be posting this shot to the weekend in black and white meme.
This is the Smith Cemetery located in Canterbury way back on the country roads. I would never have found this unless I loved driving back roads. I will be post this shot to Theresa’s “Good Fences” meme.
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You are looking at the business end of a 37mm cannon on a M5 light tank. This WW II static display is located at the Veterans Memorial park in Plainfield.
This closed sign is located on the entrance to the Prudence Crandall museum in Canterbury. Crandall open a school for black women and girls in 1834.
I found this old birdhouse in a local backyard garden. I like working in black and white and this scene work well in the conversion.