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On the Kocher Viaduct (German: Kochertalbrücke) near Schwäbisch Hall in Germany the Autobahn 6 crosses the Kocher valley between Heilbronn and Nuremberg. With its maximum height of 185m above the valley bottom, it is the highest viaduct in Germany, and was also the bridge with the tallest pillars in the world before 2004.
Setting up with a relephoto lens directly centered beneath the bridge gave the shot a radical perspective and lined dimension that is rarely seen.
The spot is best reached by car. There are plenty of parking spaces in the surrounding area.