Navajo Bridge

I took this shot while on the pedestrian side of Navajo Bridge. It’s a pair of steel spandrel arch bridges that cross the Colorado River near Lee’s Ferry, which is in northern Arizona. One bridge is for pedestrians, and the other is used by cars.

Besides the great views, there are usually California Condors under the bridge that cars use, flying overhead and/or perched on nearby rocks. With a long lens, you can get some great shots of the condors.

This is image # GCNorthRim-0667

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