The Forth Road Bridges by jamibann

The Forth Road Bridges

In the foreground, the original Forth Road Bridge, opened in 1964, and at the time, the largest suspension bridge in Europe. Just behind it, the Queensferry Crossing, opened in 2017. They both span the Firth of Forth, and are iconic landmarks, along with the Rail Bridge. The Queensferry Crossing was built to relieve traffic pressure on the original Forth Road Bridge. Both are operational.
I like this, those two bridges make for a great pattern
September 21st, 2021  
excellent b&w. love it
September 21st, 2021  
Lovely photo....they do sit very comfortably side by side.
September 21st, 2021  
I love the distant lines which are so geometrically arranged! fav
September 21st, 2021  
Very atmospheric in b&w
September 21st, 2021  
great patterns!
September 21st, 2021  
So geometric!
September 21st, 2021  
Interesting PoV
September 21st, 2021  
Lovely to see them both together. I remember stopping to photograph these when we drove to Scotland for our Silver Wedding. Iconic and lovely
September 21st, 2021  
Such beautiful structures...the 2 together make interesting lines & patterns
September 21st, 2021  
Very interesting. Fav
September 21st, 2021  
Perfect in black and white what a fabulous bridge. fav.
September 21st, 2021  
two different looking bridges make wonderful lines . They look huge with the cruise ships in the far background.
September 21st, 2021  
Bep
Interesting lines and patterns.
September 21st, 2021  
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