Bridge over Krishna River, Bijapur

These are the shots of the road bridge over Krishna River 50kms south of Bijapur, Karnataka. We halted somewhere in the middle of the bridge to take shots of the river flowing by. Other than the views over the river, the bridge itself provided some interesting compositions.


A very long bridge, bending over on both sides, it seemed to me as if the bridge was disappearing and merging into the horizon. With not much of traffic on the bridge, I walked this side to that side taking shots, I took some quick vertical shots to get the effect of ‘the bridge dissolving into the horizon’.

And then on an impulse I said, โ€œWarn me if something speeds up from behind,โ€ before I stood there in the middle of the road to take this shot. What do you think? Is that a fire engine?

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24 Responses

  1. George says:

    I really like the perspectives you've captured of this bridge. It has to be one of the longest bridges I've seen.

  2. Nisha says:

    You must have taken lot more shots !
    Tell us what vehicle was that. :0

  3. sujata says:

    Seems endless, the way you captured it!

  4. YOSEE says:

    This reminds me of the dam across Tungabhadra.

    And the red dot is most certainly the "Town Bus" which hasn't had a change in colour scheme for a-g-e-s in these parts! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Reader Wil says:

    This must be the longest bridge in the world!!! It looks immense!

  6. ladyfi says:

    Wow – amazing composition. Love the lone red vehicle on that endless bridge.

  7. Robyn says:

    I think it's a bus and I love these photos very much.
    I've never been on a bridge like that…. and thanks for standing in the middle of the road for us x

  8. Arundhati says:

    What is life if full of care. … We have no time to stand and stare

    I like that you have the passion and enthusiasm to "stand and stare". And all of us stand to benefit from it ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. i love the second photo…i hope it's not a tow truck ready to rescue you.:p

  10. That's a long one! Nice shot!

  11. Pietro says:

    Really beautiful perspectives of the bridge!

  12. Linnea W says:

    That is a really long bridge. Brave of you to stop, get out, and shoot some shots!

  13. Francisca says:

    Haha.. a woman after my own heart… I do that kind of thing all the time, Indrani! But it has its rewards… funky bridge shots you got here! I must also add that at first I was amazed there was no traffic… like in China, I expect people everywhere all the time… but really, in the countryside it can be so peaceful.

  14. Ann says:

    a mail truck? like postman pat?

    How come there is no other vehicles? Were you filming a Bollywood movie, so the govt closed the bridge? LOL

  15. joo says:

    Lovely photos, I love the colours and the light in the first one.
    Happy Sunday:)

  16. slommler says:

    Wonderful photos!!!
    And no traffic…amazing!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

  17. Could be a fire engine! ๐Ÿ˜‰ The sheer length of the bridge amazes me!

  18. I admire your enthusiasm to take these shots. That's not a fire engine.:)

  19. Kaori says:

    Wow! That is a looooong bridge! ๐Ÿ˜€

  20. A fire truck?! That was an unexpected sight!

    Great horizon shot, Indrani and a welcome contribution to Sunday Bridges.

  21. Tracy says:

    Lovely perspectives you chose. That is a VERY long bridge.

  22. While traveling through train over a bridge across Krishna river, I have seen people throwing coins into the river..

  23. EG Wow says:

    I'm so glad no one hit you from behind! ๐Ÿ™‚

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