Fishing by the river.
Although I didn’t have the chance to fish there, I can appreciate the happiness fishing there taking in the views of the arch bridge and the beautiful surrounding.
Up on a hill we saw this panoramic view while in Shinkoku.
The type of structures also change from suspension bridge to cable stayed bridges.
It is a big engineering feat and connects so many places and people!
Here is an interesting image showing Silhouettes in different shades.
People and cyclists hastily crossing the bridges.
Nearest to us is the steel truss bridge with the truss members in silhouette.
Further away is the Jiefang Bridge (Liberation Bridge), with its bow string shape – arches in each river crossing span with cables suspending from the arches to support the bridge deck.
Of course, you can also see the Pearl River and some buildings in the background.
Again, thanks to my friend CP Chan who provided this interesting image.
Here are a couple of images which I think show the most beautiful part when driving along the Pacific Coast or State Route 1.
While the National Parks in the SW was her major focus of the trip, the drive back from Las Vegas to San Francisco along the SR1 was one of the most memorable.
The second photo shows part of the Bixby Creek Bridge in Big Sur.
Both images are wonderful examples of silhouette which I would like to share.
The bridge, which has three arch central spans, is ranked as the third most beautiful bridge in Japan.
Incidentally, I have several pictures here some how associate the bridge with Three.
Actually, while there, I did not see them being successful in catching any fishes!
But maybe, the real joy is participating in the activity and enjoying the view