Rio Grande Gorge Bridge From Below – Featured

Featured in three groups on Fine Art America.

A view from down below looking up at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge 650 feet above the Rio Grande in Northern New Mexico. The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge of New Mexico, the second highest bridge on the U.S. Highway System, is a three-span steel continuous-deck-truss structure with a concrete-filled steel-grid deck. It was called the “bridge to nowhere” while it was being built because the funding did not exist to continue the road on the other side. In 1966 the American Institute of Steel Construction awarded the bridge “Most Beautiful Steel Bridge” in the “Long Span” category.

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Rio Grande Gorge Bridge

Rio Grande Gorge Bridge from below.

This image has been featured in three different fine art groups on Fine Art America. First, 500 Views, then Premium FAA Artist and finally New Mexico Land of Enchantment.

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Rio Grande Gorge Bridge from below.

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About Britt Runyon

A New Mexico based free roaming outdoor digital photographer, always on the qui vive for what Nature and humans provide.
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