It’s called Haohan Qiao, Brave Men’s Bridge in English. The 300-meter-long (984 feet) structure is now officially the longest glass suspension bridge in the world. The glass walkway suspended a stomach-flipping 180 meters (590 feet) above ground, hanging between two cliffs at Hunan’s Shiniuzhai National Geological Park in south china. The bridge was originally made of wood, but engineers began… Continue reading World’s Longest Glass Suspension Bridge
Yestervid posted a video of the very early film footage of London, including a modern shots of the same location today. Also features maps carefully researched to show where the camera was. Arranged by location, 46 shots of classic footage with a twist and an inspiring soundtrack.
Ammar Al-Saleh created an amazing time-lapse of the beautiful city of Dublin. The incredible four and a half minutes video of the Irish capital was shot over a period of 4 months. The result is an extraordinary journey through the city most fascinating historical sites.
Opened on the 30th June 1894, Tower Bridge in London is a combination of a Bascule and Suspension Bridge. It’s recently undergone a makeover with the addition of glass floor sections in the East and West walkways. Photographer Chad Gordon Higgins of Chadchud Timelapse has created a short, morphing time-lapse video that documents daily life on… Continue reading Tower Bridge: The Dubstep Movement
From nearly 42 metres (138ft) above the Thames, visitors can watch the buzz of activity below as buses and pedestrians cross the historic Tower Bridge, boats sail under it and bascules are raised beneath their feet. While testing visitors’ nerves the floor offers a never-before-seen view of London life and is the most significant change to… Continue reading London’s Tower Bridge Unveils Its New Glass Floor