Tag: bridge

Devil’s Bridge

Would you take a stroll out to the center of this natural rock bridge? I’ve heard there is a great view from the middle!

Devil's Bridge


Looking Both Ways

Traffic is stopped, time for a quick check both ways and then back to enjoying the music and taking in the sunset.

Looking Both Ways


A Fine City for Photography

We only spent a short time in Porto, so I wanted to make the most of it. One night I crossed the bridge and made it to the top of the hill after sundown for a panoramic shot of the entire city. You can see it all here, from the oldest parts of town to the near side of the river which is busy with port tasting all day. What you can also see, if you look very closely, are my friends enjoying a lovely meal on the far side of the river. I assumed everything in Europe was open until very late, but by the time I made it down to the restaurants everything was closed. I didn’t get a good dinner, but I got this photo!

A Fine City for Photography


It’s Hard to Keep Driving

It’s hard to keep driving when all the roads look like this. The natural beauty of Zion is amazing, and the narrow strips of road that run through it get you where you need to go while providing a contrasting perspective.

It's Hard to Keep Driving


One More From London

Before I finish my London kick I’m posting my take on the Tower Bridge. You’ve seen photos of this spot before, but this one is mine! I was lucky enough to catch some good clouds with the colors looking their best before the sun actually went down which made for this dramatic scene.

One More From London


The Old and the New

Styles change over time. At one time clunky exposed steel was what bridges were expected to look like. Today the more dramatic white tower and cables of the Bay Bridge really shines over the water.

The Old and the New


The Clouds and The City

Typically the Golden Gate Bridge gets the spotlight, but on this atypical day I was all about the puffy clouds and let the bridge take the background.

The Clouds and The City


Locks and Stuff

Apparently it is a thing to put a lock on a public structure to profess your love. NYC is officially not in favor of the practice of people putting stuff on their structures, but I believe it makes for an interesting photo.

Locks and Stuff


New Bridge, Old Cathedral

The Millennium Bridge crosses the River Thames in London, and is an excellent contrast to the iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral in the background. Many people pass here everyday as their typical commute, but I had to stop and admire the new architecture in front of the old classics.

New Bridge, Old Cathedral


757 ft.

The San Francisco Bay as seen from 757 feet above sea level. Starting at Ayala Cove, first by bike and then by foot, I made my way to this point for a view of Tiburon and all that lies beyond. The view toward San Francisco was foggy, but this view toward Tiburon was very clear.

757 ft.




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