25 Beautiful & Stunning Photos of Bridges from Around the World

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A bridge makes a great subject for your photography – they are dramatic and have loads of leading lines you can use for composition. Bridges can be amongst some of the most stunning man-made structures in the world. So for today’s photography inspiration we look at 25 stunning photos of bridges taken around the world.

Commonwealth Avenue Bridge

Commonwealth Avenue Bridge by Sam Ilić

Khaju Bridge, Isfahan

Khaju Bridge, Isfahan by Hamed Saber

toronto sunrise

toronto sunrise by paul bica

Bridge over troubled water (Explore)

Bridge over troubled water (Explore) by Bert Kaufmann

London Bridge (Tower Bridge) : Reflection on the River Thames

London Bridge (Tower Bridge) : Reflection on the River Thames by Anirudh Koul

Bhumibol Bridge (สะพานภูมิพล) – Bangkok

Bhumibol Bridge (สะพานภูมิพล) – Bangkok by MikeBehnken

reflections of sydney

reflections of sydney by paul bica

Low tide and fog – Powder Point Bridge

Low tide and fog – Powder Point Bridge by joiseyshowaa

ZUBIZURI

ZUBIZURI by PIKAPLE

Calatrava bridge at a local highway exit – shoulder

Calatrava bridge at a local highway exit – shoulder by ecatoncheires

National Carillon In Canberra

National Carillon In Canberra by Sam Ilić

Puente Colgante 2

Puente Colgante 2 by Claudio.Ar

Inscope Arch

Inscope Arch by Diego3336

Firenze by me #3

Firenze by me #3 by angelocesare

Steps

Steps by Jan Tik

Royal Border Bridge.

Royal Border Bridge. by Jonathan Combe (on and off)

Autumn Bridge

Autumn Bridge by The Nick Page

straight down

straight down by Pedro Moura Pinheiro

South Bridge

South Bridge by Ian Sane

fireworks over the manhattan bridge

fireworks over the manhattan bridge by Barry Yanowitz

Bridge under troubled skies

Bridge under troubled skies by pattoise

Mrs Macquaries point

Mrs Macquaries point by stevoarnold

Granville Bridge

Granville Bridge by ecstaticist

Steel Town

Steel Town by ecstaticist

Lions Gate Bridge at Sunrise

Lions Gate Bridge at Sunrise by Duncan Rawlinson

 

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