There are some fabulous covered bridges in Lancaster PA and it is always a joy to stumble upon one. This one is Kurtz’s Mill Covered Bridge that spans Mill Creek in Lancaster County Park.
Gorgeous eye candy for The Eye of the Lancaster PA Web Designer
More gorgeous brick work in Lancaster PA… The Amtrak Station against a beautiful blue sky.
Eye Candy for the Lancaster PA Web Designer
How’s this for Tiny House Living?
We didn’t get quite as much snow as expected from Winter Storm Stella in the Lancaster area this week, but it was enough to mess up the roads and I have not had any mail for three days.
Good opportunity for some pretty winter photographs from the Eye of the Lancaster Web Designer.
Roll on Spring!
It was a gorgeous day yesterday and I took a bit of time away from my desk to do a bit of exploring. I like to call my random drives magical mystery tours…and get in the car and just go! I stopped off in Wrightsville to admire the beautiful Veterans Memorial Bridge that spans the Susquehanna river. Eye candy for the Lancaster Web Designer!
Here is another gorgeous barn I came across while on a walk around Lancaster. I love the little star above the window. I can’t quite make out if it was a cut out or a small metal decoration.
Having just moved from Chicago I am used to frigid temperatures and lots of snow in the month of February. Now I know it is an usual year, but to be able to go for a hike without a coat, hat and gloves, is a real treat. This beautiful view from the top of the hill in Mountville, is an added bonus for The Lancaster PA web designer.
I like to take a daily walk to get away from my desk and get the blood pumping and I knew today there would be plenty of photo opportunities for the Eye of the Lancaster Web Designer. I am so glad we didn’t get the 8″ of snow we were forecast but it was enough to make everything very pretty. This was taken on top of the hill above Mountville.
Lancaster County Court House standing proud against a magnificent blue sky.
There are so many barns in and around Lancaster… all beautiful, weathered and if this was England they would have all been converted into living spaces by now! I love the stone foundation of this one.