The ruins of the original Wrightsville-Columbia Bridge can be seen in the foreground with the modern bridge just to the south. The original Wrightsville-Columbia bridge was one of the longest covered bridges in the world. It was burned to keep the Confederate Army from crossing the Susquehanna River in 1863. This beautiful print is a blend of history, modern engineering and nature as the sunrise shines light on the icy shores of a town that still retains its charm from years gone by.
A little about me:
I was raised a military brat and lived all around the US growing up. I went to Auburn University then joined the Air Force upon graduation. In the Air Force I flew B-1B bombers, T-37 and T-38 trainers and KC-135s. I retired from the Air National Guard after 21 years of service. I was also an airline pilot for Midwest Airlines where I flew DC-9s, MD-80s and Boing 717s. All of Midwest’s flight-crews were outsourced in 2008 and now I make my living selling art and various other jobs in the Florida Panhandle.
A little about art:
Like many photographers I received my first camera as a gift at some ridiculously young age. Like many I am passionate about it to the point of obsession. I have been shooting film for 20...
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