A closer view of one of the piers supporting Puente cerca de La Lima. I like the trapezoidal shape, the color of the stones, and the thick bentcap and slab. The sides of the pier seem the right shape to deflect fast-moving water and flood debris.
There is something very human and almost comforting about this bridge. The pier looks like it was shaped by a human hand. It reminds me of the Roman aqueducts that I sometimes come upon in Europe and the Middle East.. It has the same timeless quality.
Was this bridge built ten years or a hundred years ago?
Mexico's Bridges: Puente cerca de La Lima (2) by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.