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BirdNana

That is beautifully put Jillian!

BirdNana

Wow! I am sure there was probably some color saturation here, but nonetheless stunning! Thank you!

Makes me wish even more for autumn. Beautiful!

Fishes

Wonderful!

goingsilver

So beautiful, magical almost! Thanks Dave.

warbler

Your descriptions are always so wonderful, Jill, you should write a book!

warbler

I could see this as part of an adventure story, Shirley setting out across the bridge to save...whatever. Or coming back from doing that. Thanks☺

warbler

Yours is coming Patti, can't wait to see some puzzles of Autumn up north!

JillianB

With autumn trees still wearing their red and golden coats, the leafy carpet laid so beautifully, a gorgeous old covered bridge still standing proudly and with added decor of fairy lights and pumpkins. What a delicious picture, thanks Dave

Shian2

Just glorious, it reminds me of a picture from a children's fairytale story book. Thanks, Dave.

PLG1958

Ahhhh, we gotta love autumn! Thank you Dave!

warbler

Thanks for the info, ReKeen!

PutterDutt

:o)

A sign on the other end identifies it as Joshua's Crossing, a great little bridge in Northern Michigan.

warbler

Thanks back Ellen, always nice to see you.

warbler

I love them too, 9282Monica, any season, any time☺ Thanks

PutterDutt

Beautiful, Dave. Thank you.

Beautiful autumnal scene. Love those old covered bridges. Thanks for posting.

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