If you have been following my earlier posts, you probably know that I was reprimanded by a law enforcement agent for taking picture on the structure of the bridge. Apparently this is a restricted area for pedestrians, but I didn’t see any signs indicating this prohibition.
To avoid further clashes with authorities on the way back from Coronado, I took several shots of the bridge from the windshield of the taxi; meaning through the glass of the car. I had my apprehensions that the pictures would come out fuzzy and out of focus. I was wrong. They won’t win any photographic award for quality, but they’re pretty decent to share with you guys.
The following pictures will take you from the beginning of the eastern part of the bridge to the end of the structure looking east. These will be my last pictures of a refreshing journey into Panama’s beautiful countryside. Next trip will be to the gorgeous island of Taboga on the entrance of the Panama Canal on the Pacific Side.
That’s all folks; end of the trail. It was a fun trip to the countryside after a prolonged absence of more than twenty-seven years. How fast time flies. Take care and Good Day.