Inside Perrine’s Bridge

Inside Perrine's Bridge

Last week, I decided to stop at Perrine’s Bridge, the 2nd oldest covered bridge in New York, in Rifton, NY and was experimenting a little bit with perspectives. This is a shot of the inside of the bridge at floor level. Perrine’s Bridge was built in 1835 and, at 138 feet in length and 20 feet in width, spans the Wallkill River. The bridge is named after a tavern keeper, James Perrine, who operated an inn on the east side of the future bridge in 1820.

This photo was taken on May 15, 2017 with a Canon EOS 70D at 18mm.

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