Barronvale Covered Bridge
Built in 1830, the scenic Barronvale Covered Bridge in Rockwood, Pennsylvania is the longest covered bridge in Somerset County at 162 feet 3 inches (49.45 m). This beautifully maintained bridge spans Laurel Hill Creek. The Burr truss bridge is one of 10 covered bridges in the county.
Lower Bridesmaid’s Falls
Part of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in Pike County, Pennsylvania, Lower Bridesmaid’s Falls are composed of the beautiful flow of shimmering water of Pond Run Creek that cascades over several small drops to a translucent pool 20 feet below. There are plenty of steps in this privately owned Bushkill Falls park that features several beautiful waterfalls.
Located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Factory Falls is the first of three falls within the George W. Childs Recreation Site at Dingmans Ferry, Pike County, Pennsylvania. These falls are located near the remains of an 1826 woolen mill ruins once owned by Joseph Brooks who employed 80 workers here.
Fulmer Falls in Pike County, Pennsylvania is an impressive 56 foot (17m) chute viewed through an opening in the rock wall. Fuller Falls are part of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area and the second of three falls within the George W. Childs Recreation Site at Dingmans Ferry, Pike County, Pennsylvania.
From the beautiful farmlands of the Pennsylvania Dutch, to numerous waterfalls and picturesque covered bridges, Pennsylvania is a photographer’s delight. Many of the parks are easily accessible and the lush scenery captures the eye at every turn. Our Pennsylvania Photography gallery focuses on Pennsylvania lands and life.