It seems very strange that those bridges are not parallel! I would like to walk through one of them.
There is no mistaking the one is a department store bridge. The two together make for an interesting shot!
I am guessing the incline of the upper bridge is so things could roll or slide from one building to the other.
As far as I know, this is no longer a department store or any type of commercial building. At least one of the buildings attached to the bridge appeared to be residential. I think it would be cool to live in or next to the bridges.
I love the angles and shadows of urban pics. nice
It’s like the bridges are preserved from the past…interesting!
I love the lines and colors in this one. Very nicely done.
I love this shot. You’re right. It will be cool to live next to it. 🙂
I played too. Mine are here and here.
Good example of urban atrophy! Feels like a blast from the past.
I love it!
That is great to have two bridges going across. What fun. I bet it is tilted like you said to roll things from one building to the other. Great picture.
I like the lines of the shot! Very cool. Very urban. Love it!
Is it a bridge of mall? why does it look like that?
I am not very confident about crossing this “bridge”, lol !
I think I kind of remembered seeing these bridges as a kid. I was fascinated with them too, but now I can’t remember exactly where they are.
Wow! that’s the craziest thing I’ve seen! Out of nowhere. Nice capture!
As always, you ROCK the WW support. Thank you!
I, too, was struck by the lack of parallel lines in the bridges. Rolling through the passageways is exactly what I was thinking!
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