The Purple People Bridge

Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by gryphon1911, May 17, 2015.

  1. gryphon1911

    gryphon1911 Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Mar 13, 2014
    Central Ohio, USA
    This purple bridge spans the Ohio River (1/2 mile), one end sits in Cincinnati, OH and the other in Newport, KY. It is now privately owned, but started out its life in 1872 as a railroad bridge. It was privately purchased and renovated in 2003 and can be rented for events if you choose. They do leave it open for pedestrian traffic, though. There are 2 sides you can choose to walk over.

    People have started to follow the trend of putting locks onto the fences to express their love for another or to honor the memory of those no longer with us.

    This first image is from a Fuji X100 - the other 2 are from Olympus EM5 & 25/1.8
    17773725482_f68f0c061a_b.jpg lil Shaun 2015 by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

    17774459461_13a56c8dd1_b.jpg crossing the purple people bridge by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

    17773999705_7c1934729a_b.jpg Great American Insurance Building 2 by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr
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