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Maiden's Bridge ( Natural Stone bridge )
Lens: Pentax DA 10-17 Fisheye Camera: Pentax K-5IIs Photo Location: Bosnia & Herzegovina ISO: 80 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: ZeljkoS, 01-01-2017, 03:40 PM


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You've captured a good angle for this shot.
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interesting perspective
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I do like this one.

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really nice light! beautiful shot!
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looks great!
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Wow the formation really looms over the viewer with that angle and distortion - feels as if I'm being pushed into the ground!
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Wow the formation really looms over the viewer with that angle and distortion - feels as if I'm being pushed into the ground!
It is quite intimidating, also the story behind the name of the formation is a sad love story

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It is quite intimidating, also the story behind the name of the formation is a sad love story
I find it incredible how places can have deep histories, and yet we might just look for a moment and then walk by.

Do tell?
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I find it incredible how places can have deep histories, and yet we might just look for a moment and then walk by.

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I don't know the all the details, but from what I heard this natural rock formation got a name Maiden's bridge because a young girl jumped off of it due to unrequited love.

Here is another view of the "bridge" (photo is not mine, just found it online):
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