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Review with New Hope Bridge

Bridge in New Hope, PA
Bridge over Canal in New Hope, PA

We visited New Hope, PA last Sunday – we went on a train ride, visited the old Parry House and browsed in some shops. This photo of the bridge over the canal is my entry for Sunday Bridges.

FYI, Laura was right about the pickles: ours fermented a few days longer, and they were sharper and more sour! Yum. Use plenty of garlic, if you love the garlic flavor.

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Here’s a photo of the bridge in sepia:
New Hope bridge in sepia

Louis la Vache says

Great, Leora! Let's be sure to link it to Sunday Bridges this coming Saturday.
Sunday Bridges posts at 0001 hrs central Europe time each Sunday, which will make it around 1900 hrs EST and 1600 hrs PST Saturday. «Louis»will keep your e-mail as a reminder to link it.

The sepia tone works nicely on this old bridge.

Ilana-Davita says

Great entry for "Sunday Bridges" and I like the title of your review.
Thanks for linking to my blog.
Shabbat Shalom!

Mrs. S. says

Great shot, and the sepia really does work well with it.

Thanks for the link; happy Lag BaOmer :-) ; and shavua tov!

Crafty Green poet says

it's a very distinctive looking bridge and I like the photo in both sepia and natural colour, though i particularly like the way the red leaps out of the colour photo

EG Wow says

A train ride sounds like wonderful fun. Easy on the feet. :)

Cute little bridge for Sunday bridges!

VioletSky says

The sepia version is lovely. I also like that towpath along the canal.

Lesley says

Both views are great. I like how the red building complements the red bridge.

Laura says

Very nice shot of the bridge . . . Interesting how the photo has such a different feel in sepia.
I have been here a couple of times--a nice place to visit. Was the train ride fun?
Thanks for the link.
Maybe I will see you in the park later today . . . .

Pat says

Great perspective, with the walking path on the left, drawing the view's eyes to the bridge. This scene looks like it could be in Europe somewhere!


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