Timber Bridge2

Posted: November 23, 2012 in HDR, Nikon D90, Washington

From the lodge at Lake Crescent, Washington, you can take a short hike to a Marymere Falls. The hike leads you through a path of old forest, moss, and ferns for a short distance, before it crosses the pictured bridge and starts to ascend through a series of switch-backs up the hill. I really liked this part of the hike in particular, because the bridge is constructed using trimming from an old fallen tree. I love the look and feel of natural elements when they are used for projects like this. Nothing breaks up your Zen with nature like a big metal bridge in the middle of the forest. Know what I mean?

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