Let’s face it: bridges are an amazing way to flex your photography muscles. From quaint covered bridges to engineering marvels, these bridges—captured by Our Canada readers—are some of our favourites.
Photo: Brenda Newman
The City of Bridges
There couldn’t be a more appropriate nickname for Saskatoon than “The City of Bridges.” After all, the prairie destination is home to 80 bridges, overpasses and pedestrian crossings—each one pivotal to the city’s formation and growth.
Photo: Susan Nicks
Golden Ears Bridge
Opened in 2009, the six-lane Golden Ears Bridge in Vancouver spans the Fraser River, connecting Langley on the south side with Maple Ridge on the north side. Photographer Susan Nicks took this shot while boating under the impressive structure!
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Photo: Cindy Bartoli
Over Welland Canal
Cindy Bartoli of Peterborough, Ont., writes: “The clouds, lighting, and fall colours came together for this shot of a train bridge over the Welland Canal in my home province.”