The North River Road bridge in Stanley

I went in search of horses and ended up here on this one lane bridge overlooking the Kennetcook River, which runs behind my parents farm.

During the Second World War (1939–45), the community became the site of Stanley Airport, which the Royal Canadian Air Force used from March 17, 1941 until January 14, 1944, throughout the Battle of the St. Lawrence. If you continue down this dirt road the airport is located approx 1 km from this little bridge.
What a beautiful shot with all those shadows and that fabulous pop or bright pink against the blue sky! Lovely.
posted November 10th, 2018  
thank you for this little story
posted November 10th, 2018  
Great shot
posted November 10th, 2018  
Great shot. Like how you composed this, with all the lines of steel and shadows. And the pink jacket is lovely against the sky.
posted November 10th, 2018  
A lovely image on interesting history.
posted November 10th, 2018  
Wonderful shadow lines and patterns Nova, thanks for the interesting narrative:)
posted November 10th, 2018  
Nice lines and a great pop of color.
posted November 11th, 2018  
Beautiful, I love the shadows and light and the pop of red
posted November 11th, 2018  
Great composition and colours.
posted November 11th, 2018  
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