No Where to Go

I can’t remember the name of this bridge, it is somewhere midway between Key West and Miami. You might have seen another photo of the same bridge, posted while back. Anyways, that is all for today.

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35 Responses to No Where to Go

  1. wiffer says:

    Nice colors

  2. 7theaven says:

    great colors, nice pic

  3. TheBlackTwig says:

    Interesting photo. Do you remember what it’s made of?

  4. jazzersten says:

    Very beautiful shot.

  5. You really have got to come with us to Provence and the Mediterranean to do your photography there!

  6. Beautiful colors….the bridge to nowhere!

  7. I wouldn’t want to be driving along it and suddenly come to the end and go diving.

  8. Wasn’t this one not blown up as part of the film True Lies, it was redundant and it was to allow boats to pass?
    I flew over it nearly 10 years ago, some sight, some flight down to The Keys as well.

  9. magsx2 says:

    Hi,
    That is just unreal, you can see the rust starting very clearly, what a waste if it is never to get finished.
    Great photo, really shows very good detail.

  10. truels says:

    What a great shot, Dmitrii. A dangerous bridge to move on! Is this the new and hopefully better in the background?

  11. orples says:

    I am so bad. I see a Government project that has run out of money 1/2 through the job. How did I ever become so cynical? It is a really nice photo though.

    • Dmitrii says:

      hehe, this is an old bridge, don’t blame the government, it use to be the main bridge, got old, it is replaced by the one you see behind it.

      • orples says:

        I’ve become a pessimist when I see a “bridge to no-where”, I assume it is just more wasteful spending. LOL. I’m glad it saw better days and was in use at one time. Thanks for the info, now I can relax. LOL 🙂

  12. Sheila Hurst says:

    There was a similar bridge in Bermuda. On the map there was a bridge anyway. After hiking miles to get there, we saw something like this and had to turn around.

  13. Sky blue and sea green are perfect!

  14. The Seven Mile Bridge. I love it.

  15. abraalani says:

    Love the colors, and the leading lines!

  16. nimmychacko says:

    Oh shucks that’s gorgeous.

  17. Jenny Hoff says:

    LOVE it! Great composition and colors!

  18. It’s the old Bahia Honda bridge. I was there photographing it this past summer. Very photogenic subject.

  19. aqueoussun says:

    Cool, it looks like the laid out skeleton of an infinite snake….

  20. steviegill says:

    Love the colour of the water. Nice shot.

  21. reminds me of the talking haeds’ song “road to nowhere”…
    great subject, great shot

  22. themofman says:

    Wicked shot! I love HDR work!

  23. Nick says:

    Awesome shot. Love that shot!

  24. zookyshirts says:

    Great photo! Nice how the old bridge stretches into the distance over the water.

  25. Jan says:

    Great Pic, it’s the Old Seven Mile Bridge, connecting Knight’s Key and Little Duck Key.
    http://jansblog89.wordpress.com/2012/10/27/11-tage-sonne-florida-keywest/

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