The Mackinac Bridge is the one of the world's most beautiful bridges and the longest suspension bridge in the Americas, with a total length of 8,614 feet suspended. It is currently the third longest suspension bridge in the world. It connects Mackinaw City, Michigan with St. Ignace, Michigan.
The Mackinac Bridge is recognized as the official divider between Lake Michigan to the west and Lake Huron to the east.
As opposed to the first photo of the Mackinac Bridge, the weather was much better this day with the sun highlighting the bridge nicely. This view was captured while taking the ferry from Mackinaw City, Michigan to Mackinac Island.
Photo captured October 4, 2016.
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