During my visit last month to New England, I spent one day in Maine with my sister, as I mentioned last week.
During this visit we drove to the summit of Mt. Agamenticus and walked the Big A Trail. It is a very easy walk, mainly on the level with just a few gentle inclines.
There are many places where the trail traverses wooden “bridges” in order to keep it as level as possible and allow water to runoff below during rain or snow melt. This image is the longest of these “bridges” that we traveled.
|Mt. A Long Bridge|
Hope you enjoy it; it is available in my shops as prints, cards, and on various other products (under name Mt A Long Bridge.)
From last week’s image of the ski lift equipment, I have created this repeating pattern available for fabric, wallpaper, and gift wrap on Spoonflower.
|Mt A Stripes|
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