Yet again, a SOOC shot, taken on the east coast of Reunion Island, between Sainte Anne and Sainte Rose. This is an old suspended bridge, which was used till 1979. Built between 1862 and 1894, it was then the longest suspended bridge in the world! It is now a pedastrian only bridge, mostly used by tourists (and lovers), engraving their names in the bridge's structure.
I am currently in Reunion (Indian Ocean) on holidays for two weeks.
Here is a Straight Out Of the Camera shot (only my good old netbook here, having a wifi connection to upload this from is lucky enough ;)), taken in Saint-Gilles-Les-Bains, a beach town on the west coast of this island.
More shots to come if I get the chance to connect!