Stonefest 2008 Dry Stone Bridge Pictures

This photo shows the the layout details of the cobble stone arrangements for the bridge walkway.
NOTE: The way the cobble stones are arranged into several fans and a circle. Additional cobble stones will be added to fill in the areas around the fans and the circle to complete the bridge walkway.
This photo shows the details of the center cobble stone arrangement.
NOTE: The manner in which the additional cobble stones were placed around the circle and the fans to complete the cobble walkway.
This photo shows the completed bridge from the Eastern entrance.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls, and details of the cobble stone arrangement.
This photo shows the completed bridge from the Eastern entrance.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls, and details of the cobble stone arrangement. And the three stones that form the bridge entrance.
This photo shows the completed bridge from the Western entrance.
NOTE: The coping stones atop the bridge walls, and details of the cobble stone arrangement. And the straight line of holes in the step stone that were drilled for wedges to be inserted to split the original larger stone into two pieces.

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