The Sandy Creek Covered Bridge is one of four remaining covered bridges in Missouri, which once numbered about 30. It is a relatively rare example of a Howe truss bridge, one of three in Missouri. It is named for Sandy Creek which it crosses. The bridge was built in 1872 and is 74.5-foot long, 18 feet 10 inches wide and has a height of 13-foot.
We had another snow followed by 0 degree temperatures. The sun came out and the sky was full of high Cirrus clouds so I went back to the Sandy Creek Covered bridge south of St. Louis Missouri for more winter images.
Nikon D90 with Sigam 10X20 super wide angle lens