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Country Charm


It's hard to believe that I've lived in Amish country Pennsylvania for over a year now and I've still never taken pictures by a covered bridge until now. My region is dotted with these unique little structures; a throwback to older times when wooden bridges were more common and the roofs were necessary to preserve the overall integrity of the bridge through inclement weather. They're not the easiest places to photograph because cars frequently drive through, but we found this one on a quieter road.

Outfit details:
Anthropologie jacket
UO shirt
vintage belt
Seychelles oxfords (old)
Zara purse
*pictures by Thomas

14 comments:

Alexandra Marie said...

Love this for a location- kudos to you on getting the exposure right- that can be tricky when you are dealing with a double expo. location like this- you look lovely as always! Alex

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I am Emilia said...

cool

welcome
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Jocelan Thiessen said...

Love these bridges and the photos are wonderful!

Marie said...

too pretty for words! love the leather color with the blues.
Marie @
In Our Happy Place

Sharon said...

It's wonderful when Thomas takes your pictures. The outfit is gorgeous, but the love shines through.

~K said...

It's nice to change the location every now and again. Add a different look to your outfits. Gorgeous skirt!

~ K

Paulette Hughes said...

I love these! The outfit is great, I'm loving your plaid skirt. I think the bridge adds some interesting lines in the composition and makes a nice contrast between hard and soft. Great photos!

Isa Machado said...

You look amazing dear! ;)

Tic-Tac Living

Katie Lynn said...

that looks like the bridge from beetlejuice

Nikki Williams said...

i love the stripe and plaid combo! and that headband is too cute!

xxoo,
nikki

www.dreaminneon.blogspot.com

la qk merchán said...

YEAH

colormebrazen said...

This seems like a more bohemian style than you usually go for, but you rock it. Love the swishy skirt.

Courtney said...

I've grown up in the area, and the story they always told us in elementary school was that covered bridges looked like barns, and prevented the horses pulling the buggies from getting scared of the water. Whether true or not, your version sounds a bit more practical. :)

Tartangirl said...

I love this outfit so much, really great.