18th September 2006 saw the opening of the first vehicular bridge over the river clyde in over 30 years, costing £20 million and built to last for 120 years. Its predecessor being the mighty Kingston Bridge.
It connects Finneston, near the SECC and the Clyde Auditorium to Govan, near the BBC Scotland, STV, IMAX and Science centre Buildings.
Officially named the “Clyde Arc” the bridge has become more fondly rererred to as the “Squinty Bridge” due to its structure and shape, and is refered to as such wherever you hear it mentioned, even on the news !
This is a shot of it at night, where the lights phase through a series of colours… red, pink, purple, blue…
Shot on my Nikon D60, hand held, no alterations made to the image after shooting.