The leading lines of this pedestrian bridge makes it more interesting in monochrome
A few pedestrians at dusk on Liberty Bridge, Greenville, South Carolina viewing the Reedy River Falls below
Firmly positioned as one of London attractions, the Millennium Bridge is a 330m steel bridge linking the City of London at St. Paul’s Cathedral with the Tate Modern Gallery. It is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London, linking Bankside with the City of London.
Leading lines and shadows of a pedestrian bridge
Older buildings in Khambhat, India tended to be very close to one another and walkways between the structures were quite narrow. The walkways were meant for only pedestrians and never anticipated vehicles.
The Walnut Street Bridge is one of about nine bridges on the Susquehanna River. Although it doesn’t fully cross the river, it still is one of the longest and most popular pedestrian bridges in the country. Its still-intact eastern spans have been lined with lights and the steel frame has been painted a luscious blue color. The bridge is also listed in the National Registrar of Historic places and the American Society of Civil Engineer’s Historic Bridge Journal. Today, it is the oldest surviving bridge (in near original condition) over the Susquehanna and is an important cultural icon for the people of Harrisburg.