Not quite sure what it is, but there is something magical about old covered bridges. I traveled a lot through central Indiana, and Parke County. If there was a little extra time on a trip we would cut off the main road, pull out the Parke County map, and see if we could find an undiscovered (by Tracey and I) bridge. I think that the most picturesque is the bridge in Turkey Run State Park. It crosses the sandstone walls above the river below. The first photos in the collection highlight this bridge and the surroundings. One early morning when I had finished shooting, a horse drawn carriage whizzed by. I didn’t have time to set up the camera – just turned and shot from the hip. The result was a dream like image. It is real, isn’t it? Check out the gallery.