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VIETNAM 2013 #103

The Mekong Delta region is crisscrossed by very wide rivers, tributaries of the Mekong as well as lots of waterways. There are many bridges, some of them are wide enough and can be crossed by cars and lorries while others are just for pedestrians, bicycles and motorbikes.

As you can see in V1 this bridge is not for the fainthearted as there is nothing either side of the bridge stopping you from falling in to the water. Tomorrow, you’ll see a very “extreme” bridge.

Tags: Bridge Waterway Vietnam Mekong delta Landscape and travel CA MAU PROVINCE

Voters: Ayoob, HarrietH, Big_Beavis and 20 more

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Ayoob 8 Australia
7 Sep 2013 9:35AM
Two excellent shots , very well taken and presented...Grin

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ColleenA Plus
7 420 6 Australia
7 Sep 2013 1:21PM
Yes that does not seem the safest of bridges...two great captures
Maiwand 12 3 73 England
7 Sep 2013 1:30PM
A very valuable if somewhat basic bridge crossing this river Jean- Noel. Not sure about getting on it myself tho.!!!GrinGrinGrin
9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2013 4:43PM
Two great image JN, I love the injection of colour in both...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Jasper87 Plus
9 2.3k 157 England
7 Sep 2013 5:07PM
Well captured, Jean-Noel, and the yellow clad figure is so well placed.

tomcat 14 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2013 6:15PM
Would have loved to have seen it being constructedWink

Mike_Smith Plus
12 590 1 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2013 6:46PM
Its a very fragile construction with no handrails like you say in V1, but V2 at least does have handrails. I wonder how well these bridges stand up to a storm. Two interesting images, i am looking forward to your next shot
debu 9 India
8 Sep 2013 7:28AM
Lovely images.
Glostopcat 13 255 2 England
23 Sep 2013 2:55PM
Another potentially treacherous crossing particularly in bad weather, however this one looks slightly easier to negotiate than the previous one!

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