Photographs of a covered bridge in Canada! Traveling with some classmates on Saturday, we turned to follow a sign that said (in French) covered bridge, 4km. We were in Notre-Dame de Stanbridge, a village in the province of Quebec. We got out to take pictures and walk on the bridge, which is still in use. There was a sign inside the bridge explaining the architecture and the history, but since I do not read French, I cannot be sure. See below.
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Lovely. My uncle photographs round barns and covered bridges. I will have to send him to your page.
I love the 3rd and 4th shots. The black and white has lots of drama in it. Good luck.
I might be able to help with the translation, Kate. Can you send me the photo directly?
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