From the top of the Corcovado Mountain, on a clear day, one gets gasping with the spectacular view of this beautiful city. This panorama is a merger of 9 individual shots.
Closer look of the Bridge to Niteroi in Rio, ((the middle go the panoramic shot above) considered to be the highest, tallest and oldest bridges in the world. The Rio-Niterói Bridge connects the cities of Rio de Janeiro and Niterói in Brazil. It is 8.25 miles (13,290 m) long.
A huge undertaking and work is moving along.
Traffic jam in China is a driver’s nightmare 24 hours a day. Driving on the freeway/expressway bumper to bumper is an understatement. Traffic congestion is routinely causing bottleneck effect situations forcing drivers to get stuck in their car for long period of time. I have seen worst situations than what these photos describe. Just to give you an idea…
Professional cleaning services is required for these dangerous jobs, with precautionary measures. But somebody has to do it.
Cleaning the Brooklyn Bridge, IMG_1022
Cathedral-like arches on the Brooklyn Bridge. It is one of the great sites to see in New York, and best of all walk the length of the Bridge to view the spectacular panorama of New York City.
View of the Stopera, where the Amsterdam city hall and opera house are located.
Amsterdam is a vibrant city and one cannot get bored there, for it offers in every block an opportunity to see different things. For the photographer, it’s gratifying.
Street of Amsterdam MG_9348
Bridge & Canal MG_9196, Amsterdam
Bridge, Canal & Crowd crossing MG_9321
Canal of Amsterdam & its crowd MG_9228
The Rio–Antirio bridge, officially the Charilaos Trikoupis Bridge after the statesman who first envisaged it, is one of the world’s longest multi-span cable-stayed bridges and the longest of the fully suspended type. It crosses the Gulf of Corinth near Patras, linking the town of Rio on the Peloponnese peninsula to Antirrio on mainland Greece by road.