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I drive by this little bridge every day on my way to work, wondering if any of people in the cars passing on the nearby road even notice it. Seems like for the last decade, nobody ever used it. Why it was built at all remains a mystery: It doesn't look like it was ever able to carry any kind of farm vehicle, and there's not that much (if any) water in the small creek, the "Krumbach", at all. So maybe it's really old, from times even before the new bridge for the road to the industrial area behind the forest was built: the wood is bleached by sun and rain, and look at the small tree already growing right through it... my best guess is that it dates back to when the nearby farmers used this strip of grass as pasture, so it may have been a bridge for cattle.
This morning marked the beginning of the fall season for the district. Strong wind, low temperatures and fast moving clouds underlined that the eqinox was the end of the summer. Just before 8 a.m., the sun was crawling slowly over the forest only to disappear behind the clouds for the next days.
I shot more panoramas that day, and brighter and more colorful ones at the first day of the WWP, but I submitted this one out of pity, so to say: This bridge has no name, no history, no use and no future - a reminder of the things mankind builds and then ignores and leaves behind once they're not useful any more... (the fall season always bringing me down ;-)
Date/Time: Sept. 22, 2004 - 05:48 UTC (07:48 local time, UTC+1 + 1 hour of daylight saving time)
Equipment: Minolta Dimage 7 on Manfrotto 303SPH head, 32 pictures @ 28mm times 3 exposure values (of which the darkest was used for the clouds and the medium for the ground area), Stitcher 4, Photoshop 7, CubicConverter 2