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While in Cincinnati, Ohio for a EWRI conference, I walked a few blocks and across this bridge in order to capture a few photographs. This image consists of the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge and downtown Cincinnati.

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Midwestern United States Photography – July 3, 2014

Camera: Nikon d5000
Lens: Nikkor 18-55mm VR
Exposure: 20 sec
Aperture: f/18
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 18 mm

The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge was constructed in 1866 and was the longest suspension bridge in the world spanning 1,057 feet. The construction began in 1856 with John Roebling, who later built the Brooklyn Bridge, designing his own positive displacement pumps in 48 hours to finish the foundation.The crew ran out of money in 1857 and the project was delayed. At the start of the civil war, there were concerns of a confederate attack in Cincinnati. A drawbridge was constructed so that Union troops could cross over into Kentucky. However, there was a clear need for a permanent bridge and money started pouring in to finish the project.

The tallest building in this image (behind the suspension bridge) is the Carew Tower (574 ft tall), which was constructed in 1931. The building in front of the Carew Tower is the PNC Tower (495 ft tall), which was was constructed in 1913 being the 5th tallest building in the world at the time. To the right of the image is the Scripps Center (468 ft tall), WIKI.

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john a roebling suspension bridge, bridge, ohio river, covington, kentucky, cincinnati, ohio, usa, united states, carew tower, pnc tower, scripps center, paul brown stadium, cincinnati bengals, football, city, cityscape, reflection, blue, yellow, nikon d5000, nikkor 18 55mm vr

Comments

  • Arfan Habib
    Arfan Habibabout 1 year ago

    Superb light, colours and composition. Terrific capture!

  • Thanks a lot for comments Arfan Habib!

    – thatche2

  • gail woodbury
    gail woodburyabout 1 year ago

    Beautiful work – Love this xx

  • Thanks a lot Gail Woodbury!

    – thatche2

  • supergold
    supergoldabout 1 year ago

    nice capture; where is it located ?

  • Thank you. It connects the southern portion of downtown Cincinnati and Covington, Kentucky in the U.S.

    – thatche2

  • Johanna26
    Johanna26about 1 year ago

    Your evening captures are absolutely stunning … fantastic work

  • Thanks for the kind comments Johanna26!

    – thatche2

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Patten7 months ago

    Beautiful structure & capture.

  • Thanks again Warren!

    – thatche2

  • Keala
    Keala30 days ago


    This is really lovely!

  • Thanks a lot Keala!

    – thatche2

  • lorilee
    lorilee21 days ago

    Congratulations!! Your BEAUTIFUL image is being FEATURED
    in the group, “Midwestern United States Art & Photography!!”

  • Thanks so much lorilee!

    – thatche2

  • Keala
    Keala12 days ago


    Top 10 in Bridging history Challenge!

  • Thank you Keala!

    – thatche2

  • © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography
    © Hany G. Jada...about 18 hours ago

    Hi there; I see you and I have some common photographic interests! Love this bridge and the colours it reflects in the water. Very nicely done.

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