Photographer's Note

Again this is one of the places that you have to stop your car to take this historic bridge shot, my son who was driving the van pleased me and stop so I was able to take it during our trip through the Pacific Coast Highway (Highway #1)about 13.3 miles South of the City of Carmel.

The Bixby Bridge have come to symbolize the pristine, majestic beauty of California's Big Sur Coast in the national imagination. In addition to their photogenic qualities, they sit at the northern gateway to the Big Sur Coast.
Bixby Creek Bridge was one of the largest single-arch concrete bridge in the world when it was completed in 1932.
Registered as an Historic Landmark, the bridge recently underwent a retrofit for more stringent earthquake standards. The two-lane arch bridge over Bixby Creek in Big Sur, California reflects the Art Deco style popular in the early 1930s.

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Additional Photos by Emile De Boyrie (Emile) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4365 W: 152 N: 5590] (20352)
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