Oct 10, 2014

Modern Architecture- Mary Avenue Foot Bridge



I have a fascination to shoot bridges at night! I have taken too much of risk to be all alone in pitch dark near the water getting bit by millions of mosquitoes. But, still I do take pictures of these modern architecture masterpieces. 

This is Mary Avenue footbridge  with a span of 325ft across 10-lanes of interstate 280 connecting Cupertino and Sunnyvale in California. It is the first cable-stayed foot-bicycle bridge across a highway in California. At night the bridge is lit up and is a beautiful sight!












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10 comments:

  1. I've not seen this bridge before. Very photogenic!

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  2. That is a wonderful image!! I love the clouds in the background, contrasting with the straight lines and stark lighting of the bridge!!

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  3. Awesome perspective! Love the angle! Happy SkyWatch Friday!

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  4. Wow! great lighting,must be extra careful with mosquitoes nowadays.

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  5. Very nice - I also love bridges (or cities in general) at night.

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  6. Nice capture. I am a sucker for foot bridges myself and I love it when something so mundane as a bridge is done with style.

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