Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Vasco da Gama Bridge

 
Europe's longest bridge over the Tagus estuary, connecting Lisbon to the south bank

21 comments:

Kate said...

These cable bridges are not only functional but very attractive as well.

Kovács Miklós said...

That's a brilliant contruction and this is my favourite bridge in Europe. It has fascinating dimensions. I took a panorama about it even in 2005.
http://indafoto.hu/mickey7/image/5226891-4ad1b6ef/367139
You have to click on "Más méret" on the top of this picture to change its size to view it :)

Tanya Breese said...

i admit, i get a little nervous on bridges...this one certainly is LONG!

Arija said...

Fabulous angle on the bridge, really stunning.

Sharon said...

This photo really emphasizes how long the bridge is. What a wonderful view.

Jack said...

Great perspective, JM! This style of bridge is becoming quite common, but your photograph makes it look especially handsome.

TexWisGirl said...

very pretty!

Dina said...

It goes on forever! Beautiful.

Cezar and Léia said...

Que foto mais linda, adoro essa ponte!
Ela é imensa!
Léia

Sami said...

It's a nice bridge, but your photo was also taken from a lovely angle that makes the bridge look even better.

Laura. M said...

La perspectiva es espectacular.Una gran foto.
Un beso.

RedPat said...

It's gorgeous and I love your shot!

VP said...

Simple and beautiful at the same time, you framed it perfectly with the green and the water. Sadly it was'n yet there when I visited Lisbon, more or less twenty years ago...

Marleen said...

Impressive structure!

orvokki said...

You has to be very proud to e able to look at such a long and beautiful bridge as this is.
Veryvery lovely foto.
Hugs

Randy said...

That's a nice looking bridge.

Kay said...

Fabulous shot with a great perspective. Well done! It looks as if it goes on forever.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Before reading your comment I thought ooo that is a long one.

Great shot,

Karl Demetz said...

Wow, great composition, JM!

Hilde said...

just brillant!!!!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Stunning perspective JM the feeling of length is presented perfectly.