This was the bridge I wanted to see, but here’s the thing. Where do you stand to photograph a bridge that’s seven miles long?
I decided to stand at the end of the pedestrian pier that runs parallel to The Bridge for 1.5 miles. That let me get a bit of the old bridge, a few powerlines, and (in the hazy distance) the arch where The Bridge rises to allow the passage of large ships.
I suspect a better answer is not to stand at all, but, rather, to sit. In a helicopter.