Suspension bridge crossing Accotink Creek

The following gallery features several photos of the suspension bridge that crosses Accotink Creek in Accotink Bay Wildlife Refuge, a 1,200 acre preserve located at Army Garrison Fort Belvoir, Fairfax County, Virginia USA. The bridge is quite scenic but the wooden deck moves up and down and side-to-side when you walk across it — VERY UNNERVING!

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The preceding photo shows Louisa Civilla Craven, my good friend and photowalking buddy, shooting photographs looking upstream from the bridge; the following photo shows the view in the same direction.

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The last photo shows the view downstream from the bridge.

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