Bridge of Glass at Dusk

The Chihuly Bridge of Glass is a 500 foot pedestrian overpass linking the Museum of Glass to downtown Tacoma, Washington. The Venetian Wall features 109 glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly. The iconic cone of the Museum of Glass Hot Shop blends Tacoma's industrial past with the revitalized Arts District.

Copyright: Randy Kosek
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Taken: 23/02/2013
上传: 03/03/2013
更新: 07/10/2014


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