#ViewBridge: Vote for your favourite photograph

#ViewBridge: Vote for your favourite photograph

#ViewBridge: Vote for your favourite photograph

Back in December 2014, we launched a photography competition in collaboration with Touring Consortium Theatre Company and their production of Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge. The brief was simple: take a photograph from a bridge or of a bridge. Why? Well, we were inspired by one of Miller's own inspirations for writing A View from the Bridge — Brooklyn Bridge — and the world below, which was unbeknown to those travelling across it.

Over the last six months, we've received some incredible entries. We've narrowed these down to a list of the top 25 photographs with the help of the A View from the Bridge cast and total public 'favourites' received so far. Our judges are currently reviewing the First Prize Winner. We now need you to help us choose the Most Popular Award

How? All you need to do is favourite and share the photograph you think deserves to win using the hashtag #ViewBridge .

Ready? Check out the top 25 below.

 

We'll be announcing the winners week commencing 1 July 2015 so be sure to check back then.

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Public 'voting' closes: 28 June 2015

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Bridge over the River Why?
By Theatre Cloud

This is a short bridge at Tal-y-Bont Resevoir, mid Wales. Taken at night. By Ewan Jamieson

A bridge from a bridge
By Theatre Cloud

By Peter Walker

A Friendship Bridge
By Theatre Cloud

A helping hand reaching out in friendship...bridges can be built between strangers. By F Haward

Brides under Bridges
By Theatre Cloud

This was taken on a trip to Porto, where brides to be don their dresses and walk under the bridge for luck-or so a local told us! By Jim Radford

Bride to the Moon
By Theatre Cloud

This is a short bridge at Tal-y-Bont Resevoir, mid Wales. Taken at night. By Dan Woosnam

Humber Bridge
By Theatre Cloud

Humber Bridge, Hull @sallyannmoomoo. By Sallyann Johnston

Laxey Wheel
By Theatre Cloud

The Laxey Wheel and bridge in the Isle of Man :)

Mind the Gap
By Theatre Cloud

As if the valley floor 200m below isn't daunting enough, this rickety bridge over a rocky canyon in Mauritius goes uphill at quite a steep gradient. You'll notice my friend seems justifiably apprehensive about crossing it. By Ewan Jamieson

Nature's Bridge
By Theatre Cloud

The Burdah Bridge in Wadi Rum, Jordan is a spectacular sight and shows the ability of nature as an architect. By Shuo Huang

Quay Reflection
By Theatre Cloud

bridge reflection in the water at Salford Quays

Sent to Coventry
By Theatre Cloud

My friend crossing a bridge in Coventry. Note the famous Three Spires in the background :) By Mollie Froggett

Shoreham at Dusk
By Theatre Cloud

View while crossing Shoreham road bridge near my home in Brighton

Small Dog, Small Bridge
By Theatre Cloud

My Shiba Inu Dante, exploring the footpaths around Sawley, North Yorkshire. Here he's walking over the stone arch bridge at Eavestone Lake.

Stag Don't
By Theatre Cloud

In North Yorkshire we crossed a 10m high bridge as a team building exercise on a stag do. Or should I say a stag don't, because he was the only one who bottled it. By Ewan Jamieson

The Start of the End of a Beautiful Friendship
By Theatre Cloud

This was taken in America just after I and my group of friends had finished being counselors at a summer camp. It was the last time many of us were together and was taken on the bridge of the train station we used to depart. By Michael Tomenson

Tower Bridge View
By Theatre Cloud

The view from Tower bridge, London at night. By prettycutejewel

View from Bridge - Bangkok Thailand
By Theatre Cloud

By Hayley Hobbs

Brotherly Love
By Theatre Cloud

Brotherly love on a wobbly bridge in the trees in Northumberland. By Laura Pearse

Camden Lock
By Theatre Cloud

#ViewBridge Camden Lock London. By Rosalind Sargent

#ViewBridge from Millenium Bridge
By Theatre Cloud

#ViewBridge from Millenium Bridge. By Rosalind Sargent