I've always found this bridge to be especially interesting. This is the new Eagle River bridge -- new in a relative sense, because it was built in 1991. But as you can see: it's wooden! And not just any wood, but beautiful, darkly stained wood, built with a bit of an artistic design as well. I took this photo from the old bridge, which was an absolutely standard and boring steel and cement construction. The old bridge is still there, but only for pedestrian traffic -- to enjoy the lovely new ridge, and also the eagle river falls nearby.
Kyle and I headed out a couple weekends ago to check up on some of our favorite waterfalls up in the Keweenaw. The Eagle River falls were one of them (although they were mostly frozen still). We also checked out a few others, whose photos will be featured soon. Stay tuned!