Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Photo Essay: Crossing Lands

By Rob Buchanan, Nadia Chaudhury & Sam Lewis

Bridges are (usually) above bodies of water. While crossing a bridge, you cannot fall into the water, normally. You are not on solid ground, you are in transit. You are up in the air, like being in an airplane, except, if you're walking, you are experiencing your temporary suspension.

Bridges conform to nature and necessity, are suspended through air and, most importantly, bring you from point A to point B.—Nadia Chaudhury

Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, between Kingston & Rhinecliff, NY. Rob Buchanan

Brooklyn Bridge, New York City. Sam Lewis

Verazzano Bridge, New York City. Rob Buchanan

Manhattan Bridge, New York City. Sam Lewis

Sunshine Skyway Bridge, Tampa Bay, FL. Nadia Chaudhury

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA. Nadia Chaudhury

Tappan Zee Bridge, between Nyack & Tarrytown, NY. Nadia Chaudhury

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