Stonefest 2008 Dry Stone Bridge Pictures

This photo shows the completed bridge from the Eastern entrance.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls, and details of the cobble stone arrangement.
This photo shows the completed bridge from the Eastern entrance.
This photo shows the details of the Eastern entrance stone arrangement.
NOTE: The manner in which the two entrance stone blocks and the entrance threshhold stone are placed.
This photo shows the completed bridge from atop the center of the bridge looking toward the Eastern entrance.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls and details of the cobble stone arrangement.
This photo shows the completed bridge from the atop the walkway near the bridge center looking toward the Western entrance.
NOTE: The manner in which the additional cobble stones were placed around the circle and the fans to complete the cobble walkway.
This photo shows a close-up of the stone arrangement of a portion of a section of the the completed bridge.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls, and details of the cobble stone arrangement.
This photo shows another close-up of the stone arrangement of a portion of a section of the the completed bridge.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls, and details of the cobble stone arrangement.
This photo shows the completed bridge from the Eastern entrance.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls, and details of the cobble stone arrangement.
This photo shows a side view of the completed bridge.
NOTE: The way the coping stones are arranged along the bridge wall top.

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