Description Bow Bridge, shaped like an archer's bow, was built between 1859 and 1862. It connects the Ramble and Cherry Hill, and spans more than 60 feet of the Lake. Because the south bank was higher than the north, construction of the cast iron bridge included raising the height of its northern abutment. Janes, Kirkland, and Co., the firm responsible for the dome of The Capitol in Washington, D.C., did the ironwork for the span of Bow Bridge. Vaux and Mould created the ornamental iron railing that incorporates elements of Gothic, Neo-Classical, and Renaissance design. It is the second oldest iron-cast bridge in the US
Jessica Jenney, Bronxville, NY Member Since September 2008 Artist Statement I photograph the natural world with an emphasis on intimate landscapes with a romantic flair.
“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.” ― Ansel Adams"
Joanne Bradley, Feature Writer for Inside Solo magazine has compared the end result of Jessica's textured-layered style to that of a classical painter.
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