Photograph - Prints
A spiderweb on Old North Bridge in Concord, MA. One of the major battles that began the Revolutionary War took place here in 1775. The bridge is part of the memorial to those who fell that day. The spiders take advantage of the easy access to mosquitos and build their webs in the gaps of the timbers.
I think that this is the second reproduction of the bridge. Timber bridges don't last as long and Republics do.
Prints available for sale, framed or unframed. Canvas prints, acrylic, or metal prints are also available. Greeting cards in boxed sets for sale.
October 18th, 2012
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