15 Surreal Bridges ‘Melting’ On Google Earth

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Surrealist Landscapes

What on (Google) Earth happened to this bridge? It looks like it came straight from a modern-day painting from surrealist master Salvador Dali. By extrapolating two-dimensional imagery onto three-dimensional models, sometimes images on Google Earth look like out of this world.

Artist and programmer Clement Valla scoured the globe with Google Earth to find a massive collection of strange and beautiful sights of bridges, which look like they are from an alternate reality.

Click through for a showcase of fascinating imagery...

Los Angeles Highway System

Bixby Creek Bridge, Big Sur, California

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

George Washington Bridge, New York

Tatara Bridge, Japan

Glen Canyon Dam Bridge, Colorado River

Fred G. Redmon Bridge, Selah, Washington

Wilson Creek Bridge Over the James River, Virgina

Deception Pass Bridge, Washington

Richmond – San Rafael Bridge, San Francisco Bay

Peter Guice Memorial Bridge on Interstate 26

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Connecting Staten Island and Brooklyn in New York City

Fred Hartman Bridge, Texas

Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, Also Known as the Hoover Dam Bypass

I. B. Perrine Bridge at Twin Falls, Idaho

Check out all the 60 postcards of surreal imagery from Google Earth collected by Artist and programmer Clement Valla.

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