The Bridge of Flowers is located in Shelburne Falls, a village in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts (USA). The buildings along the River are all quaint shops and art galleries which project out over the water and offer the shopper lovely views of the Bridge and the River.
The Bridge of Flowers started out as a trolley bridge in 1908. This went out of business in 1928 and in 1929, funds were raised to transform the abandoned trolley bridge into The Bridge of Flowers, a lovely place for walking.
Camera: Canon PowerShot SX10 IS, Canon Zoom Lens 20x IS 5.0-100.0mm 1:2.8-5.7 USM.
Season: late spring, June 7th.
Dedicated to those favorite vacation spots that we return to over and over.
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