The Beautiful Project – Issue No. 7 – The Millau Viaduct – The Bridge Above The Sea Of Fog

The Beautiful Project – Issue No. 7 – The Millau Viaduct – The Bridge Above The Sea Of Fog

Today’s issue of The Beautiful Project features the Millau Viaduct, the world’s tallest bridge, and one of the world’s most elegant.  It’s lithe, beautiful frame extends over the valley of the river Tarn near the town of Millau in Southern France.  It is, at the top of it’s tallest mast, over 75% as tall as the Empire State Building (!).  It is a precise example of men using their minds to reshape the world in order to delicately, with exquisite skill and care, facilitate human life.  *So good, so beautiful!*

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The Millau Viaduct was an idea submission by – 
Iris Bell
That makes two sublime submissions from Mrs. Bell.
Thank you!
Send in your own ideas!
On a more personal note, in other beautiful news, I won a Classical Music Radio Station call in, was the right caller number last week, and won tickets to Lincoln Center here in New York City.  *First time ever.* So happy, can’t wait to go!  Who says we’re not living in a benevolent universe?  Ha!  🙂
 
Woo hoo!
 

Have a beautiful day, 

Enjoy!  All the best!, and do let me know your thoughts on the Millau Viaduct!
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3 thoughts on “The Beautiful Project – Issue No. 7 – The Millau Viaduct – The Bridge Above The Sea Of Fog

  1. Except the technical performances and the physics laws that governance this kind of construction, this bridge have a simplicity beauty. If you will put this kind of design at a regular bridge in a normal town it will looks ordinary.
    The brigde offer an open view of the valley, and this gives the beauty of the whole thing. This is the beauty of art and elegance to find the proper location

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