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Rio–Antirrio Bridge, Greece
The 2,880 metre long cable-stayed suspension bridge that crosses the gulf of Corinth near Patras in Greece.
I see the automatic exif data is missing on this image for some reason. It was photographed handheld using a Nikon D700 and 70-300vr lens at 165mm; 1/800th of a second and f5.6. ISO was 200 which is the normal base iso for the D700.
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