D&H Canal Roebling Aqueduct Bridge

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Hank Waxman on July 9, 2011

Honey of a shot.

Adam Elmquist on July 9, 2011

O Man you just have to go here the views are something else, with a historical factor of the old Canal system as well. This area really does change with the seasons from Winter to Summer I can't explain it anymore you have to experience this area for yourself during any season.... PS: I haven't gotten the chance to go, but the Zane Grey Museum is just foot steps away from here...

mar - al on July 25, 2011

Piękna fotografia

LIKE

Pozdrawiam. Marek

Adam Elmquist on July 25, 2011

Thank you Thank you, this is an extremely gorgeous area for nature photography in all seasons.

BMGrace on August 28, 2012

This is a great shot!

I like the little waterfall that comes down into the road (just about) when you cross the bridge to NY and turn left. I imagine it looks great with ice in the winter.

Adam Elmquist on August 28, 2012

Thank you I could only image if we had a Time Machine to actually see the canal boats going over the bridge that would of been something to see... I'm glad they saved the bridge where at least it can be driven over, though...

JBTHEMILKER on January 6, 2013

I am headed out west in April. This is the sort of thing I hope to be able to find.

Adam Elmquist on January 6, 2013

Ohh yah.. American politics and the economy might be down the drain for now. LOL At least we still have places like this, Thank God...

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    by Adam Elmquist

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