My 10 shoots from a helicopter enhanced that feeling, because I was working from changing perspectives. I’d be in the air, framing and reframing, trying to capture a unique moment of the bridge in a relatively simple way that also shows its relationship to the landscape. This photo was made in June 2009. On this particular day there was a bank of clouds coming over the ridge, and while I cursed it at first, once I was in the air I appreciated how it made the light from this direction more diffuse. The bridge was at a poignant moment where the arch segments were finally coming together, and I wanted to express the tension of the two arches trying to meet in the middle. The lighting allowed me to capture this as well as the complicated landscape.