Taken from our road trip last week in the southern part of Negros island, my home province. I don't know the name of this bridge but the billowing smoke at the background came from the chimneys of a sugar central called BISCOM in Binalbagan town. Truckloads of cut sugarcane came through this bridge everyday during milling season. A new bridge replaced the old truss bridge but the metal railings remained.
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I'm glad the left the old structure becaue it's very interesting.
I was thinking those railing looked rather high! Makes for an interesting bridge.
I am so glad they left the old railings because they are so cool. Love the “v” shapes they make. The was you were able to compose and then capture the linear qualities of the bridge is excellent. Great shot.
one of my uncles hails from negros and your post reminds me how he talks about his place. peace and quite; simple and quaint.
nice place :) love it :)
Interesting structure and lovely photos!
I love the trees in your main photo, they are so beautiful.
I really like the second one with the curve! Your header is absolutely stunning!
excellent photos and interesting bridge
I don't know how you managed to find all these bridges. Sweet connections.
Today, a truck dropped bales of hay on our Auckland Harbor bridge. Traffic was at a standstill. I was late for work.
An industrial feel to it !
So you are from Negros. I like that island very much.
The way home is always lovely!
I like your banner very much, by the way.
I like the metal railings. It give the bridge a unique look. MB
did the Americn soldiers build this?
Good one..! Enjoyed.
Well built strong bridge. The smoke in the background turns it into an interesting photo.
A nice bridge you got there. Is it the older one ? For see another road bridge on the right, for oncoming traffic.
Wonderful shot of the bridge!
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