The Black Bridge of Culiacán and the Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe, “La Lomita”, are the most representative images of our city.
Many photographs circulate on social networks and newspapers, of wedding couples, quinceañeras, national and foreign tourists who want to take a souvenir photo.
Such was the case of Mario Carvajal, a Colombian photographer, who is a world leader in panoramic photography, and his wife, Ewa Kulak.
After touring the Botanical Garden, Las Riberas Park and the Historic Center, they wanted to take a photograph on the Black Bridge as a souvenir.
The Black Bridge was built at the beginning of the 20th century and was a catalyst for the region’s economy. At first the route of the Pacific Railway was from the city of Tepic, Nayarit to the port of Guaymas, Sonora.
The Aquatic Park was recently built on one side of the Black Bridge, a park with sports facilities, children’s games and tables for families.
Later, the railway infrastructure was created to reach Guadalajara and the border with the United States.
In this area of the city, where the Humaya and Tamazula rivers converge and the Culiacán River is born, they have built public spaces such as Las Riberas Park and the dancing fountains in the Monumental Flagpole, which make it one of the most large and beautiful from the northwest of Mexico.
The Black Bridge, an icon of Culiacán, is one of the favorite places of Culiacán families, who have visited it for many generations and where children and adults enjoy beautiful sunsets.
Como se hizo este Tour Virtual
Con mi cámara Nikon D-810 y el lente Nikkor 8 – 15 las imágenes quedan de 15,000 px por el lado más largo, anteriormente usaba el Sigma 8 mm con un tamaño de 10,000 px. La diferencia en resolución es enorme, estoy muy contento con esta nueva adquisición, te la recomiendo.
English translation made by Georgina Muñoz Esquerra, student at PrepaTec Campus Sinaloa. Tecnológico de Monterrey