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The bridge of Konitsa is the second bigger singe-arched bridge in Epirus, Greece. It was built in 1870. It is located in the entrance of the city at the end of the Aoos canyon. The surrounding scenery is magnificent with the Aoos River flowing under the arch and the bridge with its breathtaking beauty. It is a real piece of art that connects the human culture with the wild nature in a magical way.
Cox Ford Bridge, a burr arch bridge, Parke County, Indiana as seen through a dew laden cobweb. Each autumn Park County has a Covered Bridge Festival and tours of its several remaining bridges are offered as well as eyes full of beautiful fall foliage.
"As you cross your bridges, the waters beneath may be treacherous but what is on the other side is worth the journey". T. Michelle Jacobs
If you miss that those black bodies to the background are trees, you could think that their white tops are snowflakes falling. We shouldn't ignore the bridge in anyway since it's one of the best part of this pic from Northern New York State, US.