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Industry information | I build a bridge for the motherland - photographers walk into the Huangmaohai sea-crossing channel project

2022-12-08 06:25:26 [Share Photography ] source:phoebeparke.com
Industry information | I build a bridge for the motherland - photographers walk into the Huangmaohai sea-crossing channel project

On September 14, "Welcome to the 20th National Congress of the Guangdong Red Literary and Art Hussars Photography Squad Going to the Grassroots" came to another sea-crossing project in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area - the construction site of the Huangmaohai Sea-crossing Channel Project to create and collect ideas. The photography team was led by Li Jiejun, Chairman of Guangdong Photographic Association, and Liao Ning, Vice Chairman, and consisted of photographers such as Ma Yunshan, Luo Jingyao, Chen Kunlun, Pang Wei, Xia Shiyan, Qiu Xinsheng, Yang Jie, Lin Yuansheng and other photographers. According to the person in charge of the construction of the Huangmaohai Cross-sea Passage Project, the height of the five main towers currently under construction has exceeded 100 meters, and the construction is in full swing with high quality and high standards. Under the scorching sun and wearing safety equipment, the photographers came to the erection site of the segment beams and the construction site of the East Tower of the Huangmaohai Bridge respectively, and recorded the shocking scenes of the construction and the labor demeanor of the construction workers with their cameras. In order to capture the wonderful moment, some members of the photography team took the construction elevator, climbed a tower of 100 or 200 meters above the deep sea, and took pictures of the beautiful cross-sea passage at sunset; In the living area, capture the most real and touching details of their lives. "As a photographer, it is very meaningful to me to have the opportunity to record such an important construction project with my camera lens, and to witness the construction and development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area through images." Provincial Photography Association Director Ma Yunshan, chairman of the Provincial Transportation Group Photography Association, said with emotion. ▲ The photography team took a group photo in the project exhibition hall. The photographers also visited the theme of "Huangmaohai Cross-sea Passage Photography Exhibition". This exhibition was used by the builders to record the latest progress of the project construction and workers in their spare time. The wonderful moments of labor and the wonderful photographic works make the photographers' eyes shine. "This photography activity also made us feel the dedication and professionalism of the photographers. Through their works, we saw a different scene of engineering construction. The wonderful works they recorded will also become the project. Build important historical materials." Photographer Qiu Xinsheng said excitedly. It is reported that the Huangmaohai Cross-sea Corridor Project is the first cross-sea corridor project to be constructed after the release of the Outline of the Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. The total length of the project route is about 31 kilometers, and the length of the cross-sea section is about 14 kilometers. It is expected to be completed and opened to traffic in 2024. After completion, it will form a cross-sea and cross-river channel group in the Greater Bay Area together with the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bridge, the Nansha Bridge and the Humen Bridge, helping the Greater Bay Area to form a world-class transportation hub at an early date. ▲ Author: Li Jiejun▲ Author: Liao Ning▲ Author: Ma Yunshan▲ Author: Luo Jingyao▲ Author: Pan Fang▲ Author: Chen Kunlun▲ Author: Pang Wei▲ Author: Li Jiejun▲ Author: Ma Yunshan▲ Author: Pan Fang▲ Author: Luo Jingyao▲ Author: Chen Kunlun▲ Author: Pang Wei▲ Author: Xia Shiyan▲ Author: Yang Jie▲ Author: Yang Jie▲ Author: Qiu Xinsheng▲ Author: Qiu Xinsheng▲ Author: Qiu Xinsheng▲ Author: Liao Ning▲ Author: Liao Ning▲ Author: Xia Shiyan▲ Author: Xia Shiyan▲ Author: Pan Fang▲ Author: Lin Yuansheng▲ Author: Lin Yuansheng

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