Ease of use: 3
Fun factor: 2
In App Purchases: yes, for additional features
Application Type: Universal (works natively on iPhone and iPad)
App Store Link: TinType
The TinType app has a beautiful graphic design to it. Unfortunately this significantly reduces the amount of space you have for the image you’re editing. On the iPhone this makes editing difficult. …
Ease of use: 3
Ease of use: 4
Fun factor: 5
In app purchases: Yes, for additional styles
Application type: Universal (works natively on iPhone and iPad)
App Store Link: Glaze
I was digging through the iTunes App Store looking for some new editing apps when it occurred to me that not being able to see more examples of the results was …
In 1849 a covered bridge was built over the East Creek in Rutland. The next year the creek shifted course, forcing a second covered bridge to be built just 15 feet up the road from the first. Both served for almost 100 years until they were washed off by floods in June 1974. The first …
I took a drive up to the northernmost covered bridge in Vermont, with a few stops along the way. Here’s what I found:
I finally had a chance to visit a few of the covered bridges in the state of my birth. There’s only six remaining in Maryland and I visited half this morning.
The Gilpin’s Falls Covered Bridge is a great example of why these structures are now so rare, but also why any still exist at …
I took a trip through Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts to photograph all the bridges in those states I haven’t been to yet.
Rhode Island has never had many covered bridges – historical records exist for only 5. The last of these was replaced with concrete in 1920.
It was not until 1993, when the …
This bridge spanning the Saco River in Fryeburg, Maine (USA), was built in 1857 by one J. Perry. It was built with a Paddleford truss, but later had arches added for better support. About 25 years ago the bridge deck was further reinforced with steel beams. It’s in a beautiful, quiet spot, exactly as you’d …