Thursday, April 05, 2007

The Most Beautiful Bridges in the World






































Beautiful HDR Photographs of Bridges from all around the world.

Via: blog.innerpendejo.net

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11 comments:

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Stunning photographs !!!

Feroz said...
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chissthelord said...

En Buenos Aires existe el puente de la mujer .. que está muy bueno en cuanto a diseño

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pv8eyEzZNjY

saludos desde Argentina!

Christine! said...

Awesome photos, is there any way of telling me where some of these bridges are? I noticed a fair bit of Calatrava in there and was wondering names/places about some of the others?

L said...

Simple and elegant...both subject matter and photography, thank you for sharing

Erica Johansson said...

I love the photographs. Amazing!

Wow Gold said...

Good posting its very nice blog i like it a lot!

Eldon said...

The photos are beautiful, in fact, outstanding, but I am extremely disappointed that they are not identified. I have traveled widely and recognized some of them, but please, PLEASE, identify them. Thanks. Eldon R. Wilson

That said said...

I've been casting about for beautiful bridges. I'm so delighted and relieved there has been proposed a design for a replacement bridge that would equal or exeed the attractiveness of the original that I've wanted to nominate it for placement in some classification of (the world's) beautiful bridges ;-) FWIW it's identified as the Modified Network Tied Arch Bridge and can be viewed at https://www.nysdot.gov/lakechamplainbridge/alternatives. Thanks for letting us comment.

Anonymous said...

Forgot that this bridge is in Brazil

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/36/91353643_5be0ae2bc3.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_FbIUzTpkLdc/SEVRYFc3osI/AAAAAAAAATE/XYjbSb1O Vew/s400/ponte+JK.jpg

It is located in Brasilia, Brazil's capital, named after the former president and founder of the capital city and Juscelino Kubitschek ...