The support structure of the Golden Gate Bridge’s roadway floats above the entrance to San Francisco Bay.
The Continental Avenue Viaduct and the Santiago Calatrava-designed Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge stretch over the Trinity River towards Downtown Dallas. (Click the photo to view a larger version)
The 746-foot-tall (220 meters) south tower of San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge rises into the sky.
Shadows fall on the supports for the Commerce Street Viaduct, Dallas, Texas.
The San Francisco Bay surf laps at rocks on the beach at Crissy Field as the Golden Gate Bridge rises in the distance.
Structural detail of the underside of the 135-foot-tall, 152-foot-wide Sidney Sherman Bridge, which carries Interstate 610 over the Houston Ship Channel.
The last light of the day illuminates San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
An adjustable pier reaches in the waters of San Francisco’s Aquatic Park.
The last light of the day illuminates Downtown Dallas’ Bank of America Plaza, as seen through the cables of the nearby Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.
An abstract view of the arch and cables of the Santiago Calatrava-designed Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas.
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