Photography Route 30 Bridge Posted on March 15, 2020March 17, 2020 by Thomas Slatin March 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostSubversive Element Next PostSweetness 31 thoughts on “Route 30 Bridge”Very beautiful picture Tom, your pictures always make me feel better in the hard times.Loading...ReplyThis bridge looks new and sturdy. It is very useful.Loading...ReplyNow this is something that I Can pause and just reminisce. I wonder what the view looks like beyond it? Very good photo.Loading...ReplyThis shot is superb. I like the sky in the background, behind the trees.Loading...ReplyI love the angle at which you took the picture. Brings out the beauty of the bridge, as well as the trees and the sky.Loading...ReplyIt’s such a great shot. It seems you took your time to focus and take such a magnificent picture.Loading...ReplyLovely picture, have been trying to get what the focus was. Is it the rusted metal or the beautiful portion of the sky with the dried tree? Lovely concept guyLoading...ReplyThe sky is always lovely anytime you capture it. This is a fantastic output Thomas, you never ditch out lessLoading...ReplyThis bridge looks relatively new and well pieced together. I love how you’re always looking for new material to shoot. Beautifully angled shot.Loading...ReplyI would like to know where this route leads us, which awaits us at the end of a road.Loading...ReplyThis post makes me remember our childhood poem titled LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING. Nice and cool color post.Loading...ReplyThat’s one well constructed bridge. It could last for years!Loading...ReplyI like how brilliant the sky looks in this photo. Great job on the photo Tom!Loading...ReplyNice angling on this shot. The perspective is perfect!Loading...ReplyThis photo gives me some sense of peace and calm. I like the energy it exudes.Loading...ReplyI really like your urban exploration pictures. Every one of them has something unique to offer.Loading...ReplyI wish I could see the bridge in its entirety. It has to be quite the site!Loading...ReplyI like how strong and well built the bridge looks. that’s some good engineering right there.Loading...ReplyConcrete bridges are much better than wooden ones. This bridge will be standing for a very long time.Loading...ReplyI wonder where the Route 30 bridge leads to. It would be interesting to know.Loading...ReplyThe trees in the background look magnificent. Driving down the bridge would be a great experience!!Loading...ReplyI like the fading out effect at the edges of the photo. The shot is very beautiful and iconic. Keep up the great job Thomas!Loading...ReplyNice photographic shot you can see the clear sky contrasting with the leafless trees.Loading...ReplyThe bridge does look steady. I am wondering how you took this snapshot, were you on a boat or something? However the picture is nice.Loading...ReplyPhoto well taken, the trees in the background gives the whole shot a delight looks.Loading...Replywonderful shot! You went down the bridge to take this photo I guess. I always wanted to walk or cross the bridge and when biking.Loading...ReplyThis is an amazing shot. I really liked it. I miss a good walk in the park.Loading...ReplyI miss walking around due to this corona.Loading...ReplyPhotographers are the best. Imagine the effort you did for this great shot.Loading...ReplyI like the focus of the shot. You are very creative.Loading...ReplyThe bridge looks very well maintained. A perfect shot in the perfect sunny weather.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.