Bridge in the woods
Canon EOS 630, 50mm f/1.8 Canon EF II
Eastman Double-X 5222

It was a cold, gray day when I visited Flowing Well Park in Carmel. I’d never been before; I was surprised to find a small trail in there that led across this footbridge.

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single frame: Bridge in the woods



16 thoughts on “single frame: Bridge in the woods

  1. Joshua Fast says:

    I got a kick out of your pics yesterday and today. I was just at this park last friday testing a Nikon EM. Some of our shots were pretty close. The trails were muddy, i didn’t get too far past the bridge. I ended up cutting to the right and walking along the water. Great little park! Since my work is in water/wastewater engineering, it makes me cringe when i see people filling their water bottles from the spring. I hope they are boiling it first.

    • That’s hliarious! I drive 116th to work every day, all the way from Zionsville. I pass by this park every day but this was my first visit. I didn’t go beyond the bridge; I was wearing shoes I didn’t want to get muddy.

      I have a vague mistrust of the water here (and anywhere, really) but I (and I think most people) would not know exactly why they shouldn’t trust this water.

  2. Heide says:

    Love this shot, Jim — I find it very evocative. For some reason it reminds me of M. Night Shyamalan’s film, “The Village.”

    • It did all right on this overcast day. In direct sunlight the darks are black and the lights are white. So clearly I’m learning more about this movie film.

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