Photographer's Note

After my rather abstract shot of the Erasmusbrug, maybe some of you, who don't know this bridge, have become curious about it, so I decided to post this nice picture with the whole 'Harp' or 'Swan' on it.

You can find information about the bridge in my other note, now I want to concentrate me on the surroundings.
The river you can see is de Nieuwe Maas. The city of Rotterdam can be proud of three famous bridges over this river: de Van Brienenoordbrug, de Willemsbrug (you can see a red pylon of this one totally on the left of this picture) and de Erasmusbrug.
Another famous bridge is De Hef, a railwaybridge. You can see this bridge on the middle of this picture (the two iron towers). This bridge isn't used anymore, cos there's a traintunnel now. De Hef nowadays is a monument.
The island you can see behind the Erasmusbrug is Noordereiland.
I took this picture from the Euromast at a height of 101m. Maybe I'll show a picture of this tower another day. The view was great, although it was a little hazy.

I cropped a part of the sky and increased the contrast. Hope you like it!

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