Boston twilight photography of the historic Boston Public Garden Lagoon Bridge photographed on a magical autumn morning in November.
The bridge crossing the lagoon in the Boston Public Garden was designed by William G. Preston and opened in 1867. It was the shortest functioning suspension bridge in the world before its conversion to a girder bridge in 1921. Nowadays the original suspension system is purely decorative.
This Boston fall foliage photography picture of the famous Boston Public Garden Lagoon Bridge is available as museum quality photography prints, canvas prints, acrylic prints or metal prints. Prints may be framed and matted to the individual liking and decorating needs:
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Good light and happy photo making!
- Juergen Roth
- Image Size
- 5046x3406 / 11.6MB
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