Hugo Rodriguez / Digital Imaging Expert & Landscape Photographer
The international expo of the water of Zaragoza, celebrated in 2008, has left us multitude of spectacular constructions, as well as a good economic hole (although that is another quite different subject).
One of these beauties is the bridge of the 3rd millennium, which is the largest suspended concrete arch in the world.
I like to photograph these types of buildings from the inside, letting them wrap me around. The problem is that capturing all its beauty from here is difficult, unless it is photographed in 360º.
Initially I tried with a wide panoramic and the result was not bad at all:
But I wanted the whole bridge to be seen, since it seems spectacular, so I took the full spherical view and then cut a 180º view on little planet, where finally everything can be appreciated, although with a type of view that in a First time is hard to understand. But if you enlarge the image and you look well, you will easily find in which part of the 2nd is the 1st view: