My husband and I ran across this old bridge at night once and I wanted to find it again, so we drove home from our errands the other day and found the bridge which is located near the Old Bailey community. Bailey is in Grady County and is 12 miles North East of Marlow. Don't look for signs giving you directions, there aren't any. There is a church and a school. It had a post office from 1892 to 1932. It was named for J.J. Bailey a wagon master on the stage line to Fort Sill, according to the book Oklahoma Place Names by George H. Shirk.
One joy scatters a hundred griefs. ~Chinese Proverb
39... going on 10... sometimes. But it is more fun going out driving around in the country taking pictures of whatever catches my eye then going to a movie or shopping or just about anything I can think of. We had a good afternoon.
From the fisheye lens... Such a neat warped perspective. I love it. My lines have all turned to curves and I love lines... but curves are interesting. Now, of course I want a new wide angled lens so I can have the width with those straight lines that I love in photography.