Wehr's Covered Bridge by olivetreeann

Wehr's Covered Bridge

Wehr's Covered Bridge was stop number 3 on our tour. This bridge was originally called Seiger's Covered Bridge because it was built next to the grist mill constructed by Ephriam Seiger in 1862. It crosses the Jordan Creek. After it changed several owners over the years, William Wehr eventually bought the mill and it has remained with his name ever since. The mill was torn down in 1951, but the concrete dam built in 1904 to replace a wooden one slightly upstream remains. The land surrounding the bridge has been turned into a recreational park and the bridge is still in use today.
Nice editing. Really interesting history too.
October 19th, 2017  
Nice processing- fav
October 19th, 2017  
Love your processing of this one :)
October 19th, 2017  
Great processing to show off this great bridge.
October 19th, 2017  
Like it in the sepia - suits its age so well.
October 19th, 2017  
I really like your sepia processing of this bridge.
October 19th, 2017  
Awesome shot
October 19th, 2017  
@onewing @lyndamcg @gilbertwood @littleconnie @louannwarren @robz @kerristephens

Thank you Babs, Lynda, Denise, Connie, Lou Ann, Rob and Kerri! And thanks so much for the fav Lynda!
October 19th, 2017  
Terrific capture and vintage.editing
October 20th, 2017  
@wendyfrost Thank you Wendy! This bridge was the easiest to get in its entirety which also lent itself to the vintage editing.
October 20th, 2017  
I like this vintage processing.
October 20th, 2017  
love it in sepia
October 20th, 2017  
@randystreat @cruiser
Thank you Chris!
Thank you Kathy! And thanks for the fav!
October 21st, 2017  
I love your perfect choice of processing. The vintage feel of the photo accentuates the vintage feel of the bridge perfectly
October 22nd, 2017  
@grammyn Thank you Katy!
October 22nd, 2017  
Lovely processing.
October 22nd, 2017  
@jennywren Thanks Jen!
October 22nd, 2017  
Fav!
October 22nd, 2017  
@axika Thanks Alexandra- much appreciated!
October 23rd, 2017  
Great processing!
October 23rd, 2017  
@vesna0210 Thank you Vesna!
October 24th, 2017  
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