Low Bridge in the Distance
The low concrete bridge, built by the Old Order Mennonite farmers, slithers across the Conestogo River at Hawkesville.
Memory is a funny thing. This piece of the side stream of the Conestogo River reminds me of a tributary of the Loire River in France. We stayed at a hotel there that was called the Domaine de la Tortiniere, the area of the twisting river or cork screw…my translation. This same twisting and turning occurs at Hawkesville, downstream from the low bridge.
12" x 16"
Canvas on Masonite