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by Mitchell R Grosky
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When the snow had finally ended during a recent winter's storm, my wife and I took a photographic trip out to Erving and Gill in Central/Western... more
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When the snow had finally ended during a recent winter's storm, my wife and I took a photographic trip out to Erving and Gill in Central/Western Massachusetts o to view one of our favorite bridges in the freshly fallen snow. This view is of the French King Bridge taken from a position right in the middle of the East Mineral Road Footbridge in Erving.
"The French King Bridge is the three-span "cantilever arch" bridge] that crosses the Connecticut River on the border between the towns of Erving and Gill, Massachusetts, United States. The bridge, part of Route 2 in Massachusetts carries automobile, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic and is owned and managed by the Mass. Dept. of Transportation.
The French King Bridge (FKB) was opened to traffic on September 10, 1932. It was named the "Most Beautiful Steel Bridge" of 1932 by the American Institute of Steel Construction. The bridge was rebuilt in 1992, and refurbished in 2008–2010."
Mitchell R.Grosky is an award-winning fine arts photographer who specializes in landscape photography, as well as seascape, cityscape, and travel photography. Mr.Grosky is based in a small town in Central Massachusetts, which is the subject of his first major photography book, "The North Quabbin and Beyond: A Photographic Tribute." After years of specializing in wedding, portrait, scenic and travel photography, he now enjoys focusing on capturing beauty, character, and uniqueness in landscapes, cityscapes, and nature as he travels throughout New England, the rest of our glorious country, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, Russia, China, and Africa. Mitch's work features the golden sunshine of late afternoons as...
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