Kissing Bridge

Lanis Rossi

Voorhees, United States

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Folklore has it that covered bridges were designed so that couples could sneak a kiss “under cover” without being seen. In actuality, the cover provided protection for the wood from the sun and rain.
On February 14, 1959 the Scarborough Covered Bridge, which joins two sections of the Barclay Farm neighborhood in Cherry Hill, NJ was officially opened when dozens of people gathered for a mass Valentine kissing scene as an old-fashioned bell was rung.

Photo taken with Nikon D80 DSLR & 18-135mm Nikkor Lens

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