Extended Miles Photographic Coffee Table Book
In 2017, author and photographer, Jen Selinsky, started a blog called Big Four Bridge Walks.
The Big Four Bridge connects Jeffersonville, Indiana to Louisville, Kentucky. It was originally built as railroad truss bridge which was used in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. For decades after that, it was known as the “Bridge That Goes Nowhere,” until it became a pedestrian bridge open to the public in May 2014.
Since the Big Four Bridge is one of her favorite places to walk outdoors, she has taken many pictures over the years, both on the bridge and the areas surrounding. She is pleased to include many of her favorites in this book for your enjoyment.