I drove by this spot and saw there might be potential if I could get down in the water itself. I gingerly crawled down the hill on the right and stepped in wearing only muck boots which are about a foot high and on my 9th or 10th step I was in water that was 12.5 inches deep, so I walked faster, got a little wet and that was that. I slapped a polarizer on the lens which brought out the blue sky and also helped the ripples to show as well. I like the way the ripples kind of fade away were the warm reflection begins.
The old Green Dragon bridge brings back many good and bad memories…..however you really captured the beauty of it. Thanks for getting wet to shoot it. Keep up the great work!
thanks Larry, I do not remember it ever being a public thoroughfare but maybe I just can’t remember that far back?
That bridge was the main thoroughfare but kept flooding on the north side when we had heavy rains. Ephrata township did not want to ruin the beautiful design of the bridge so they built a new one with higher ramps which is now Garden Spot Road. The old bridge intersection caused many traffic tie ups and accidents. Good move to close it off but keep it for posterity.
for all I know I might have driven over it, but my memory for that stuff is terrible. That road still floods fairly often with strong storms.
Beautiful!! Nicely done!
as always,thank you.
Really like the ripples. Good to see you shooting again.
thanks, hopefully this will continue. Been enjoying your longwood trip.
Thanks … been down there quite often actually. Flowers a nice change from street.
I thought, man he got a lot of winners for one trip. still impressed
Your photos and You are awesome! Thanks!
Thanks, I think the jury is still out on the second part.
It’s a winner !! Thanks for your labor of love.
send me the prize money. hope it got first.