What makes Pittsburgh so unique is that it exists at the intersection of old and new, where heritages and cultures combine to create an identity that only could exist in an area as diverse and proud as Pittsburgh. History is preserved, while the present and future are cherished side by side with the traditions that made the Burgh what it is today.
The Hartman Bridge is the centrepiece of the town of New Hamburg. It spans the Nith River.
Early residents crossed the river using a bridge made of wooden timbers. In 1882, the very first iron Hartman Bridge was built, only to be carried away by a flood a year later. But it was quickly repaired, and lasted until a single-lane bridge arrived in 1903. That single laned bridge was replaced in 1936 and we are still using that bridge today. Restoration work was done in 2006, but the structure was only slightly altered — most of the work done was deck replacement and repainting.
Afternoon ☀️ + Pretty 🏢 = This 📸! This was taken on a surprisingly peaceful afternoon walk through Berlin. I just loved how the light was hitting that building. Can you spot the 🌙?
Camera: Canon 80D
Lens: 17-55 f/2.8 @ 55mm
Settings: 1/400sec, f/2.8, ISO 400
Had to take a quick snap inside this beautiful church while waiting for the 👰🏼
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