One has to be crazy to photograph this one. This one is of an overpass spanning a racecar track taken from a racecar. The Vierendeel through truss bridge, built a couple decades ago, is located at the racing complex, Sachsenring, which is near the city of Hohenstein-Ernstthal in central Saxony, located 10 kilometers west of Chemnitz. Built 91 years ago, the racing complex is famous for its motorcycle races, including the Grand Prix, which takes place every year in July. The complex is also used for testing new cars and defensive driving training that is required for people in certain fields, ranging from bus drivers to police officers, just to name a few.
Taking this from the passenger side, what is going through the mind of the photographer? Caption his thoughts and write them in the comment section below.
Have a great weekend! 🙂