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Perrine Bridge
Photo By Lisa Kidd

  • Title: Perrine Bridge
  • State/Province/Region: Idaho
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Twin Falls
  • Brief Directions: On the north end of Twin Falls, Idaho.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: This was the first shot I took with my new baby, my Canon 5D Mark III. The Perrine Bridge is 486 feet high and is the only bridge in North America where it is legal to BASE jump 24/7/365 without permits or licenses. This brings an incredible amount of income into our small community.
  • Gear: Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 17-40 mm
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    Posted on Sunday 28 December, 2014 by Les Baran.

    Fantastic composition with a curtain of water,full of light!

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    Posted on Sunday 28 December, 2014 by Les Baran.

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    Posted on Sunday 28 December, 2014 by Charles Vaughn.

    Thanks Alena.

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    Posted on Sunday 28 December, 2014 by David Shield.

    Thank you very much, Alena! Before planning your visit, do make sure to check park hours, as this area is not open to the public year-round.

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    Posted on Sunday 28 December, 2014 by David Shield.

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