Oregon Bridges

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  1. xs400

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    I just returned from a 4 day motorcycle ride up the Oregon coast. Took quite a few pictures, but haven't had time to go through them all yet. Here are a few of the first shots I've looked at. They certainly have some nice looking bridges along the coast.

    These are some of the many bridges I crossed on Highway 101 as I rode up the coast.

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    I love the second one - the lush greenery in the foreground is a nice feature.
     
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    Ooo, nice pics! 1 and 2 are my faves...love the stumps/grass in the foreground, and the reflection of the bridge in the water in #1. And I like the composition of #2 with the large arch in the foreground, the rest of the bridge disappearing into the distance, and that nice blue sky/green foliage.

    (Edit: I'm not sure if the horizon is straight in #1)
     
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    Nice pictures! #2 and #3 are my favorites!
    Curious to see if you have any more nice scenery shots...
     
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    Looks like some great archetecture. Nicely captured
     
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    Good work there. I have just done the coast rd and crossed these 2.
     

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