Chesapeake Bay Bridge
Seen from the western shore of the bay, the twin spans of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge connect the Maryland counties of Anne Arundel on the western shore and Queen Anne's on the mainly agricultural eastern shore, also known for its broad expanses of Atlantic Ocean beaches.
The initial journey from the Western Shore is close to the water, but the mid-bay suspension
spans soar 186 feet (56.7 m), to allow the passage of ocean-going vessels and tall ships.
This wide angle view, from a breakwater south of the bridges, was captured on Ilford XP2 Super with a Contax G1, using a Zeiss 28mm lens with red filter. It is part of a new portfolio of Chesapeake Bay scenes in both black and white and color.
This image is available in archival gallery prints and is also included in a new series of custom printed Photo Note Cards of the Chesapeake Bay.
Photo + Card Design ©2012/2013 Steve Ember
Steffi Reinermann 09/05/2013 15:41Love the bridge, what a great b/w-pic......wanna go back to Virginia.
Maiarisli 30/03/2013 15:09wunderbare tonung
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