The Cornwall Covered Bridge is located eight miles north of Kent. It was built in 1864 and is one of only three covered bridges still standing in Connecticut. A concrete support in the middle of the Housatonic River holds up this 242-foot town lattice truss bridge. Pedestrians and bikes have the right-of-way on the bridge. Cell phone photographers moved out of my way when I set up a serious-looking digital SLR camera on a tripod. I moved in close and low to shoot the sunny side of this bridge with a wide-angle lens and included a blue sky to contrast with the red bridge.
Notes and images from Bob Hitchman.