Bridge and Beyond

Adirondack-meets-elven style in this bridge over the Grasse River. The lights seem inviting; that’s probably appropriate, given that this is the bridge connecting SUNY Canton’s campus with the town proper. (I’ve explored the connection from another angle in the past.)

Bridge and Beyond I

Though the architectural style isn’t as apparent from this shot, I love the sense of multiple pathways vanishing to infinity: down the river or across the bridge. So many places to go and things to explore. (And some proper long exposure to merit this website’s name.)

Bridge and Beyond II

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4 thoughts on “Bridge and Beyond”

  1. Oh my god, you are killing me with homesickness with these photographs. They are stunning! I went to high school in Canton, to college in Potsdam, and now live half a world away on the Aegean Sea, with views to die for (let’s hope not literally, since we just had an attempted coup here in Turkey) and all I can think of is moving back to the North Country. I found your site while looking for houses to buy in the area and checking out aerial views along the Grasse River. Feels like a good time to fly away home…

    Thanks for sharing your work. It’s magnificent.

    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed it! The North Country has so many interesting things to capture photographically.

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