Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Stone bridges

Two photos of stone bridges. The first is for car traffic, in Central Portugal. The second is a train bridge, in the Northwestern region. It was finished in 1878, after 3 years of work. Its 16 arches were built following some techniques inherited from the Romans. They just don't make them like that anymore.

Pentax K10D + Zeiss Distagon 25/2.8


Unknown said...

very nice composition the first really good.

Unknown said...

Yeah, I agree, the first bridge has great atmosphere :-)