The North Bridge, often colloquially called the Old North Bridge, is a historical site in the Battle of Concord Massachusetts, the first day of battle in the American War of Independence.
I have been photographing the Old North Bridge since early 2001. The bridge is a beautiful site located in Concord Massachusetts, and is the center piece of one of the Minuteman National Parks. I have photographed two renditions of the bridge, and captured it in its more colorful tree lined landscape, before the trees were removed to bring it closer to its original state during the main battle fought on April 19th, 1775.
Technical: Most of the more recent shots of the Old North Bridge are captured with a process called High Dynamic Range (HDR). The final photograph is composed from 5 to 7 shots of the scene, each one exposure level apart, to render a final photograph that is beyond what can be captured in camera.