I have been to Babcock State Park in West Virginia many times. I was told about a swinging bridge there, but had never seen it. After shooting the traditional grist mill shots that morning, I set out to find it. It is a short bridge, tucked away deep in the woods. When I first approached it I was shooting from the far end in this image. It was ok, but didn't have the wow factor. I looked behind me and saw the yellow tree! So I went across the bridge and shot from that end. The tree is perfectly placed in the center of the bridge. Glad I took the time to look for this bridge. It does feel a bit weird when you walk across it though!
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