2021 Bridgehunter Awards Voting Part 1: Best Bridge Photo

After a few days of getting some last minute items clarified, the voting for the 2021 Bridgehunter Awards has finally begun. Before we begin, a couple of important items need to be addressed so that voting is done as easily and pain-free as possible. Here they are:

  1. We’re using a new voting platform known as direct-voting.com. It’s a free platform where you can produce a survey in a short time and you can dictate when the voting starts and stops. The voting platforms have been turned on so you can go ahead and vote. It will be switched off on January 21st at 8:00pm in the evening, Berlin time, 1:00pm Chicago time.
  2. Each category will feature the list of candidates, each with links that will take you to their pages- either outright or through their names highlighted in blue. What’s blue you can click on. Each category will have a link to the voting platform, which you can click on and you can vote on your candidate. There are no limits as to who you want to vote for. Multiple votes are possible.
  3. During the voting process, a podcast with a summary of the categories and the candidates will be featured in the BHC Newsflyer and a link will be enclosed for each category on the ballot.
  4. The ballot will feature three parts: the first part is for Best Bridge Photo, the other two parts are for the remaining categories. This is Part 1. You can use the arrows at the bottom of the ballot to go to the next part or go back if you wish.

If there are any questions or have any issues, please feel free to contact me using this link here.



Category: Best Bridge Photo

Have a look at these photos, then click on this link here to vote. The photo numbers are in reference to these photos below:

Link: http://etc.ch/AzVt


Photo 1: Fondulac Drive Bridge in Illinois. Photo by the late Ralph C. Hahn


Photo 2: Chicham Bridge in Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, India. Photo by Sachin Pawar


Photo 3: Forth Railroad Bridge in Scotland in the Daylight. Photo by Mark Watson


Photo 4: Forth Railroad Bridge at Night. Photo by Tim Wayne


Photo 5: Essex Arch Bridge Ariel View. Photo by Tim Wayne


Photo 6: Stone Arch Bridge in Czechia. Photo by Lara Varjrychová


Photo 7: Stari Most in Bosnia. Photo by debz8375 on Instagram


Photo 8: Most kolejowy w Przylasku in Poland. Photo by: Marek (kraft.kr on Instagram)


Photo 9: Caveman Bridge at Grants Pass, Oregon. Photo by Todd Wilson (Bridgemapper)


Photo 10: Hochdonn Viaduct in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Photo by Jason D. Smith


Photo 11: Millau Viaduct in France. Photo by Jettys Photo



Proceed to Part 2 by clicking HERE =>

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