Layered | Peebles Island Bridge

This weeks photo challenge is Layered.

Recently I was in the Albany, NY area and went for a little hike around Peebles Island.  I don’t know what it is about bridges, especially the old bridges in New York… but I’m obsessed with them.

This is one of the bridges that leads into the Peebles Island Visitor area.  These are one way bridges, this one you can see to the other side, so if someone is headed onto or is already occupying the bridge then you have to wait your turn.  The other bridge is much longer and has a light to let you know when it’s safe to drive onto the bridge.

Anyway, I chose this photo for layered because there are many layers… there is a fence immediately in the foreground of the shot, then there is a tree between the fence and the bridge, which has another line of trees in the background.  I took layered pretty frikkin literally lol.

I hope you enjoyed this shot as much as I enjoyed taking it.  Let me know what you thought down below in the comments.


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3 thoughts on “Layered | Peebles Island Bridge

  1. It looks like a neat little bridge. The bridge does look like its surrounding by quite a few trees, and it looks surrounded by such a lush environment. Hope there aren’t many cars going in opposite directions all the time…even if that was the case, I’m guessing people are nice enough to let each other pass by like you mentioned 🙂

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