Photography – Bridges

Living in the Pacific Northwest we’re used to having plenty of bridges. In fact, they’ve become a part of our culture so while visiting Cincinnati, Ohio last week my husband immediately spotted this bridge from our hotel window. On our second night in the city he insisted on walking down there to get a closer look.

Do you have any bridges near to where you live? I’m not sure why they’re so intriguing, especially an easy target to photograph.

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  1. courtney says

    i have NO bridges… :( and you take beautiful pics.. i have the same camera as you and I wish i could learn how to use it.

  2. Katharina says

    That is a spectacular bridge! We have a few in my town (river town) but… :-) well, they’re just plain ol’ bridges built to do the job and not look nice, unfortunately.
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  3. Kasey says

    I feel like none we have around here are nearly that pretty, but maybe I need to start looking at them a little more closely, and maybe even photograph a few and see how they turn out!

  4. says

    They are beautiful…to see film. It terrifies me to be on them, though.

    In our state (Michigan), we have the bridge connecting the upper peninsula to the lower.