This is Humen Bridge (literally Tiger Gate Bridge), a suspension bridge crossing Bocca Tigris (Tiger's Mouth), a narrow straight of about 65 kms / 40 miles from the mouth of the Pearl River to where it discharges into the South China Sea (see map). We crossed Humen Bridge to go from our apartment in Songgang to our friend's hometown Kaiping last month.
This top photo plus two below were taken by my mate some months earlier. I chose to share his images with you because he was closer to the bridge inside the Weiyuan Fort (you see the stone fence), while my long view below is from farther down the river on a similarly hazy day.
Completed in 1997, the sign in the last photo says that this bridge is 4.588 kms (2.85 miles) long. Also spelled out on the sign are the maintenance unit name and the supervising unit name along with a phone number.
Perhaps more interesting to see if you enlarge the last image is the calligraphy of Jiang Zemin, past president of China (1993-2003) with the characters for Humen Bridge. It is considered a special honor to have a building or structure inscribed by a famous personality.
This bridge joins other bridges at Louis' Sunday Bridges.