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Bucket List Places: The drunk bridge / Il ponte ubriaco by Giorgio Ghezzi, via Flickr on The Atlantic Road Norway
The Storseisundet Bridge, or its real name Storseisundbrua, is a cantilever bridge which means that it’s built using structures that project horizontally into space, supported on only one end. That method resulted this time in a bridge that literally looks drunk, you get dizzy just by looking at it. The 280 yards long Storseisundbrua is located south of Kristiansund in Norway and is the the longest of the eight bridges that make up the “Atlantic Road”.
Atlanterhavsveien – Best Road Trip in Norway
Atlantic Road Norway - filled with sharp turns and wild nature, one of the best road trips in the world!
Hana Highway, Maui, Hawaii... Check! They call it the drunken highway! Gonna have to check this out.
why the dogs? what if one wants to look over? please don't run to the edge, sweet puppy. OMG. death by vertigo. but look at that view.
Eidfjord, Norway www.fireflies.com...
✯ Summer Fjord, Svolaer, Norway If you squint a little you could almost believe it was New Zealand!
Let loose, for the natural currents shall pull you safely through the gates. Float simply.
Norway by Roman Königshofer
Jumping from Storhorn to Lillehorn on the Svolværgeita pinnacle in Svolvær, Norway • photo: Jordi Miralles on Flickr
Tverrfjord - Norway
fjord / rawmeyn
Bondhusbreen, Norway - the steepest sidearm of the main Folgefonna glacier on the eponymous peninsula and in the eponymous National Park.