This picture of the covered bridge near Farmersville, PA continues the water theme of our 2016 calendar. Adrian bagged this trophy while on his way back to the Rosewood office after an early morning photo-shoot in March, 2015.
Bitzer’s Mill Covered Bridge, Cats Back Road, Ephrata, PA
Bitzer’s Mill Covered Bridge is the oldest bridge still in use in Lancaster County. It was built in 1846 by George Fink and Sam Reamsnyder for $1,115.
Katze Boucle Weeg (Pennsylvania German for Cats Back Road) is one of the few road signs in Lancaster County that include both English and Pennsylvania German.
Photographer: Adrian M. Nolt
Gear: Canon 5D Mark III with Canon 24-70 f/2.8L lens
On Friday, March 6, 2015, I woke up to a beautiful snowfall. Levi's Building Components had been hoping to get some pictures of their Snow Defender™ snow guards in use; I decided that this was the morning. On my way back to the Rosewood office, I stopped by this covered bridge across the Conestoga River near Farmersville, PA, to capture this scene. How can you capture a shot like this? When you leave the house on a snowy morning, grab your boots. Then, simply take the time to stop and get the picture!