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Insectivorous sundew
A protected turtle nest on top of a dune at Carolina Beach NC.
Yellow-bellied blackbird at Bear River Wild Bird Refuge
night gaze
The 4th of July Elk
First Glimpses of Spring | There’s Much Work to be Done
Temple Born
Fluid Dynamics #1
Al Fateh Grand Mosque in Bahrain
Enter the Barong
The coast of Kerry
A New Path Down an Old Road
The end of the line
Restore Historic Mansion at Paraty
"Wilbur" the Barn Owl
Abandoned Boat
coloured sunset
Aspen trees in the high Uintah Mountains
A tree’s gotta eat too!
Night Train in Shockoe Bottom
The Moment of Glory
Sculpture on the Mojave
Gay Pride
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
A New Path Down an Old Road

Built in 1909, Campbell’s Covered Bridge is South Carolina’s only remaining historic landmark of its type. The bridge crosses Beaverdam Creek and is named after Lafayette Campbell who owned the creek and surrounding land at the time.

TAGS: Covered Bridge, Crossing, Snow, South Carolina, United States

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Travelers Rest, South Carolina, United States of America
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Date Taken: 02.2014
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