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The Foot Bridge on the Appalachian Trail

Published February 7th, 2013

The Foot Bridge spans the James River in Virginia and is the longest foot bridge on the entire Appalachian Trail. I decided to convert my images into black and white and use the LensWork brown tone created by Brooks Jensen. The winter scenes were taken while the snow was still falling in blizzard-like conditions with high-winds. With closer inspection you can see some of the snow blowing horizontally across the bridge in the last image.

Foot Bridge on the Appalachian Trail

Foot Bridge on the Appalachian Trail on the south side below route 501 in Virginia.

A.T. Crossing the James River

The Appalachian Trail crossing the James River on the Foot Bridge in Virginia.

  • April 27th, 2011
  • Panasonic DMC-GH1
  • 41mm / f/11 / 1/10 sec

The Foot Bridge in Winter Storm

The Foot Bridge in Winter Storm on the Appalachian Trail just south of route 501 crossing in Virginia. The Foot Bridge spans the James River and is the longest foot bridge on the entire Appalachian Trail.

Crossing the Foot Bridge in a Winter Storm

Crossing the Foot Bridge in Winter Storm on the Appalachian Trail just south of route 501 crossing in Virginia. The Foot Bridge spans the James River and is the longest foot bridge on the entire Appalachian Trail.

  • March 5th, 2012
  • Panasonic DMC-GH1
  • 14mm / f/8 / 1/40 sec

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Bent-Lee Carr  over 2 years ago
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Great shots! Love the AT, you should check out Bill Bryson's book on it when you get a chance, a lot of very cool tidbits and factoids!