The bridge was for a time the route used by U.S. Route 66 (US 66) to cross over the Mississippi. Its most notable feature is a 22-degree bend occurring at the middle of the crossing. Originally a motor route, the bridge now carries walking and biking trails over the river. – Wikipedia
In January, en route from Ottawa to Gilbert, we stopped at the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge outside St. Louis for a cold-cold-cold attempt at a photo shoot.
I vowed to come back when it was warmer, and so we stopped again in early April, on our way home. The day was significantly warmer, but the light was nowhere near as nice on our second stop. I still got some shots that show the unusual bend in this bridge, as well as the complexity and power of its truss structure.