The bridge is located near Kraniá (aka Kranéa or La Kornu), a village in 1.179,7 m (3,870.4 ft) altitude near Trikala, Greece. The arched bridge is made of stones, 20 metre (66 ft) long and 2.7 m (9 ft) wide. It was constructed in 1887 and spans the Kraniótikos river or stream that is a tributary of Aspropótamos.
Aspropótamos (Greek for “White River”) is a toponym for the 2nd largest Greek river, aka “Achelōos.” Achelōos runs for 220 km (137 mi) prior to disgorging its waters into the Ionian Sea. The precipitous flow of the river causes its crystal-clear waters to splash and foam over the many stones scattered throughout the river bed; the White River toponym emanates from the white foam occurring all along the river.
This is my first time shooting a sunflower field. Whoa! These things are huge and undoubtedly beautiful. My friend @dimitris_krikelis showed me this gorgeous place. We were just in time to capture the sunset, which was colourful enough to create an ideal image. Due to the long depth of view I had to focus stack 3 images to get everything in focus.
Big surprise. You have a view of Meteora from that field. Can you spot the rocks in the background?
Enjoy your Sunday!
Canon EOS 6D
Canon EF 17-40 f4L
ISO 100, f11, 1/20 sec