Photographer's Note

I've set the same picture before. At the time I had no idea how to correct level & contrasts. Now I can do that a little, so I present you the Erasmus Bridge again. It got also the name: De Zwaan - The Swan.

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Every city should have a great piece of symbolic architecture. In Paris it's the Eiffel Tower; in New York, the Empire State Building; in Rotterdam it's the Erasmus bridge. This cable-stay bridge links the northern and southern halves of the city with a 2,600-foot span in spectacular style. The bridge deck is supported by steel cables slung over a pylon that is bent to counter the forces of tension. Traffic passes underneath the 456-foot pylon as it straddles the roadway. The structure is called "the Swan" by locals because of its graceful posture over the water.

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Additional Photos by Viviane Faguay (Porteplume) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1764 W: 601 N: 776] (4036)
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