This is the last in a series of posts about my trip to Maine this past Fourth of July weekend. I wanted to share the photos I took of the Hemlock Bridge in East Fryeburg, Maine. The Hemlock Bridge, built in 1857, is one of few remaining covered bridges in Maine. It goes over one of the channels of the Saco River and provides some nice opportunities for picture-taking. The light was good along the river and next to the bridge. I only had to switch to a manual setting when I was inside the bridge.
Here’s a selection of the photos I took of the bridge and the surrounding scenery.
The front view of the Hemlock Bridge:
Inside the bridge:
A side view:
The Saco River: