October 22nd, 2012 – Pudong is Shanghai’s newest district on the eastern side of the Huangpu River, a Special Economic Zone chock full of gleaming skyscrapers rising out of what was mere farmland only 15 years ago! A new girder bridge, called the Lujiazui Pedestrian Bridge, was constructed last year which connects visitors from financial centers to shopping in a safe and beautiful way. The 5.5-meter-high walkway can fit 15 people walking side by side and has become a fantastic tourist destination since its completion, which provoked photographer Viktor Lakics to go get a better glimpse. Lakics came back from his trip with some amazing new aerial shots of the bridge As seen from above, standing at one of the observation decks in the Oriental Pearl Tower!
(Photography: Viktor Lakics )
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