HORACE KING MEMORIAL COVERED BRIDGE
Where: Valley, Alabama
When Built: 2004
GPS Coordinates: 32°48′41.65″ N, 85°10′12.06″ W
Born into slavery in 1807, Horace King is considered the most respected bridge builder, architect and engineer of the 19th century Deep South. This bridge was constructed following his style and in his honor.
All photography by Gary Clark, a former Southern Living Magazine travel photographer and photographer of the United States Postal Service 2014 Star-Spangled Banner Forever stamp. See more of Gary's work and contact him at www.thegaryclark.com.