Monday, September 19, 2016

Historic Patterson Bridge - Gold Beach

The Historic Patterson Bridge is located in Gold Beach on the Southern Oregon Coast, and the Pacific Northwest. It is named after Isaac (Ike) Patterson, the 18th Governor of Oregon from 1927 to 1929.

He died from Pneumonia, while in office in December of 1929. The Patterson Bridge was completed in 1932. It was constructed in the Art Deco Motif. This is obvious in the details of the bridge.

The sun is starting to set in the Pacific and is casting a golden hue on the bridge. The moon is present in the capture. The seagulls (Western Gulls) are gathered on the grass waiting for handouts.

The bridge is located on the famous Rogue River. The Patterson Bridge was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 5, 2005.

The image was converted to High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR) through special software.

The image has been converted to a digital painting that I hope you enjoy. If you would like to explore this image, or others, please see links below!

Patterson Bridge - Gold Beach (LINK)



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