|QUOTE (omawnakw @ Wednesday, Jun 19 2013, 18:02)|
|^Because this was discussed and it was concluded that the gray stripe is not a river but a road. The bridge also was spotted a long time ago when this screenshot released, bridge does not require a river, it could be over the little bay or just a ditch. If it is a river then the part of dirt road under the 'at' in viewfinder shot looks levitating above it.|
Road construction and water have two very different behaviors, no one builds a road like that unless they are trying to be funny (like Lombard Street), whereas rivers (creeks and streams) all behave like that. Look at the Zancudo River, it zigs and zags all over the place just like the creek in that image. As a comparison, think about how the roads are built on Mt. Chilead in SA, they are a slow incline around the mountain so cars can actually get up it and lower the risk of a vehicle losing control and sliding uncontrollably down the mountain, this is true of most mountain roads. That kind of switchback road is extremely implausible, as driving up that would be extremely improbable. To me, there is no way that should be a road.