Uploaded: June 25, 2003


One of Henry Flagler’s Overseas Highway Bridges in the Florida Keys


Christopher Del Negro June 25, 2003

One of Henry Flagler’s Overseas Highway Bridges in the Florida Keys
This bridge dates back to the early 1900’s. The cement used was imported from Germany for its ability to withstand the harsh elements.
Shot was taken with a Canon EOS 1D and a 70-200mm lens hand held.

Terri Sprinkle May 26, 2019

Nice shot! Love the richness in the colors and great detail. #125947

Leanne M.E. Boyd May 26, 2019

Great shot, I like the texture, and curve of the structure. #125988

Jill Battaglia May 26, 2019

Fabulous colors and textures!! :-) #126388

Jean Papo May 26, 2019

Yes, yes, yes - very rich colors! Love it! #127251

Bernard B. Travers May 26, 2019

Yes truly rich: color, perspective, shadow etc.. Its got everything. Wonderful job. #128026

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