~Tacoma Narrows Bridge's~

© Garret Ray

~Tacoma Narrows Bridge's~

Uploaded: February 25, 2010


The original Tacoma Narrows Bridge opened July 1st 1940 only to collapse and fall to the bottom of Puget Sound four months later on November 7th 1940 giving it the nick-name “Galloping Gertie” The current bridge opened October 14th 1950. 5,979 feet in length with a span of 2,800 feet. The 5th longest suspension bridge in the US. Now, after the completion of the second bridge on July 16th 2007, they’ve become the largest twin-suspension bridge in the World!!

Exif: F Number: 22, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/5 seconds, Flash: reserved, ISO: 100, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 21.00 mm, Model: E-500


Michelle Alton February 26, 2010

A fantastic capture! #1242926

Sharon C. Hinze March 26, 2010

A wonderful low level image! Great light too. congrats on your finalist. Well deserved.

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