Lens-Artists Challenge #16 – BIG Can Be Beautiful Too!

The Forth Bridge, which spans the estuary (Firth) in eastern Scotland to link Fife to Edinburgh by railway, was the world’s earliest great multispan cantilever bridge, at 2,529 m remains one of the longest.

The bridge looks small between these two big, beautiful rocks in one of coastal areas in Ireland.

The Conwy Castle on the north coast of Wales was built in 1283 and completed in 1287, over 3/4 mile in length. It is amongst the finest surviving medieval fortifications in Britain.

Last but not least, Big Apple (New York City) is by far the largest city in the United States, with an estimated population was 8.55 million in 2016.

The height of the Statue of Liberty (from the base to torch): 151 feet 1 inch, 305 feet. 1 inch. from the ground to the tip of the torch.

The torch is a symbol of enlightenment. The Statue of Liberty’s torch lights the way to freedom showing us the path to Liberty.

Thanks to Tina for hosting this week’s theme –BIG Can Be Beautiful Too!

Click here to see Tina’s “BIG Can Be Beautiful Too!” Hope you will join us.

63 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #16 – BIG Can Be Beautiful Too!

  1. Beautiful images Amy, I have travelled across the Forth Bridge many times by train and it is an amazing piece of engineering. Your last image with the Statue of Liberty is an absolute gem, I love the way you captured the light 🙂💖 xxx

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  3. The way you’ve captured the span and size of each of these beautiful bridges and artifices is so special, Amy, but I agree with pattimoed, the light on the State of Liberty gave you an absolutely perfect photo opportunity, and you grabbed it! It’s wonderful!

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