Never a bridge too far

Over the years I have developed a growing fascination with bridges.

Spanning waterways or valleys, large or small, they are amazing engineering feats, and stand as a testament to our collective ingenuity.

When their location or construction is intrinsically beautiful – well, that’s just a photo opportunity waiting to happen, and these few made it into a bridge-themed spread in my recently compiled photobook:

Granite Island Causeway

Victor Harbor, South Australia, 2009

Pont Saint Michel and Pont-Neuf

Toulouse, France, 2012

Ponte Vecchio

Florence, Italy, 2013

So now, in the midst of planning our trip to the UK and France (assuming that the current pandemic crisis will abate in time), I’m hoping to have the opportunity to see yet more amazing bridges.

About frenchfry36

South African by birth, British by right, Australian by oath, French by choice.
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