cee’s fun foto challenge: bridges

The Kurushima-Kaikyo Bridge connects the island of Oshima to the main part of Shikoku in Japan was completed in 1999. It is the world’s longest suspension bridge structure. It consists of three successive suspension bridges with six towers and four anchorages. The bridge’s total length is 4,015 metres. (data from wiki)

Join me as we ride the cargo vessel M/V Star Evviva in passing the Kurushima-Kaikyo bridge.

Here’s the bridge from a distance.


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Do you see the forward part of the cargo vessel? We are nearing the bridge now.


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Zooming in at the foot of the bridge where there’s a landing pier. You can take a ferry here going to nearby islands.


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Here’s a lighthouse near the bridge.


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We’re under the bridge now and it feels so amazing isn’t it?


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The bridge is so magnificent.


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We’re almost at the end of our journey. Did you notice the stern part of the vessel?


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It’s getting dark now and we’re a bit far from the bridge and it’s time for the fishing boat to get busy.


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Hope you’ve enjoyed the ride and it’s my pleasure to be your tour guide.

For more Bridges photos, visit Cee’s Blog.

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