Description Located on Antietam Creek in Washington Cnty, Md. Built in 1834 by John Weaver for $2,300. This 125 ft bridge has been faithfully restored down to its gravel roadbed and wooden parapets that guard it's sides from wagons. This is the site of the bloody conflict between the north and the south during the Civil War.
John Gensor, sykesville Member Since September 2008 Artist Statement I have just retired, January 2012, and I am now taking up my passion, HDR Photography. I use a Canon50D digital camera, mounted on a tripod with a cable release to get rock steady images. Each picture can comprise over 12 indivual photos, which is combined useing Photomatix and Photoshop CS5 to get breath taking details. For more pictures and information into the High Dynamic Range photographic technique, please go to my website at http://www.johngensorphotos.com or join me on Facebook at john gensor's studio page.