While roaming the Carriage Roads in Acadia National Park, we ran across a local who pointed us towards the Cobblestone Bridge. It was built by creating an arched form with cobblestones being mortared into place on top. Once the arch was set, the form was removed, creating the only bridge in Acadia made from cobblestone. We followed a makeshift trail along Jordan Stream, arriving at the bridge standing tall over the scattered rock formations and quickly found this composition using the bridge to frame the lush vegetation in the forest.
Acadia National Park, ME