This is our entry in The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Bridge.
The Rio–Antirrio Bridge ( Γέφυρα Ρίου-Αντιρρίου) crosses the Gulf of Corinth to connect the Peloponnese peninsula with mainland Greece. This multi-span cable-stayed fully-suspended bridge is 2880 meters (about 1.8 miles) long. Driving beneath the cable stays of the four pylons presents a fascinating ever-changing view of lines leading to the sky. It is impossible to stop pressing the shutter once you look up. This is just one of dozens of shots.
Here is a view of the bridge on approach from the Peloponnese side.
These photos were taken on September 28, 2016. Specs are:
On the bridge: Olympus TG-4, ISO 100, f/8, 1/250 sec, 4.5 mm
Approaching the bridge: Olympus TG-4, ISO 100, f/6.3, 1/250 sec, 18 mm