This is the Lewis and Clark Bridge seen from the Oregon side going over the Columbia River to Washington. When it was built in 1930, it was the longest (nearly 1.6 mi/2.5 km) and the highest cantilever bridge in the USA. Until 1947 it was a privately owned toll bridge.
There is a soft view of Mount St Helens in the back, better seen when my photo is enlarged.
This bridge is posted for Louis' Sunday Bridges. Louis and others may be interested to know that this bridge was designed by Joseph Strauss, engineer of the Golden Gate Bridge.
On a personal note, I took this photo last January on our drive to Astoria from Portland where I had landed earlier in the day and my friend tapirgal/Sheryl had fetched me. Mutual blogging friends may wish to know that she is currently with a close friend who recently suffered a heart attack and he is now on the mend. She will be back blogging with us as soon as she can.