My Favorite Place: The Walnut Lane Bridge

 

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Meredith Nutting is a freelance filmmaker originally from the DC Metro Area. Since finishing her Biology/Studio Art degree at Bates College she has worked on film productions for National Geographic, History Channel and Animal Planet.



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  1. oh yeah, the graffiti is beautiful. Give me a break.

  2. This is one of my favorite places, too…so glad to see a delicate, beautiful interpretation of it. Good work, Meredith and David!

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