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Photographer Jamey Stillings decided to take a road trip across the country and photograph iconic landmarks. He just happened to make his way over Hoover Dam in March 2009 when he came across the half built bypass bridge which he had no idea was being built. After seeing the bridge he knew there was something significant about it so he decided to start photographing it. More than a year later he has documented the bridge from almost every angle. Jamey says what's interesting is the meeting of nature and man. We'll talk with Jamey Stillings about his photo documentation of the building of the Hooover Dam bridge.

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