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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Walk the Bridge




Last weekend I shared a sunset bridge photo and some details of that rather amazing double decker bridge. Let's take a little walk over the bridge! At this point the western footbridge and road (above) are veering into line with the railway track. You can just see the water pipes the other side of the tracks.




These photos were taken on a sunny Sunday afternoon four weeks ago, the same day I shared of kangaroos and a place for grace.  The weather today is not nearly so nice, we really know it's winter!


This photo straight out of the camera (SOOC) - no editing or cropping.

We are at the opposite end of the bridge to the sunset photo. If you look carefully you will notice the little control tower-room above in the sunset photo also, a remnant from when the bridge use to open to allow larger boats through.

 One day I'll take photos to more clearly show the peculiarities and structure of this bridge....and maybe a train as well!


Sharing at SOOC Sunday, SSS  and Sunday Bridges.

19 comments:

Deanne said...

We went for a walk over the bridge on one side and back on the other on Caleb's birthday in March. It was lots of fun noticing new things and looking at things we have discovered before. Caleb also did a major project on the bridge last year, so he could give us lots of info on our walk.

Fotobloggen 2011 said...

seems as a nice walk with lots of wiews. As for kangoroos, so odd for me, would not mind having some of those around. Saw a couple when passing by a golfcourse when I was in Australia, look strange...

Rosemary Aubut said...

Wonderful post and shots!

Jill said...

I really like the perspective of these shots. Great job.

Ashley Sisk said...

Looks like a great place for a walk.

Robin Norgren said...

the majesty of the bridge is just breathtaking!

Kimberly said...

Your photos of the bridge are inviting me to go for a walk! Love the perspective!

missing moments said...

love all the details in these photos and how you cropped them! fun place to walk

Jan said...

What fun, and great photos, too.

Judy said...

What a nice place to walk...Great photos.

Lighthousegal said...

What a great place for a walk. I do love the water's edge.
The shadows are wonderful, such detail.
Great Shadow Shots!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

It is an inviting place to walk. I hope to take more photos over time to show more features.

J Bar said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Incredible....the bridge we have her in our city is the 2nd highest in Texas, and it crosses the ship channel....but the walkway is right up where the traffic is...way up high!! Not me. I could walk This One tho!!

My shadow this week is of a horn cleat [what you use to tie up a boat at the dock]

LINK

Hope your weekend has treated you well.

Jan n Jer said...

Great shots... looks like a great place to walk. Stay warm in your winter setting...we are wilting from the heat here in the USA

colleen said...

Excellent shadow shots. They take me along and give some much to look at.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A shadowy bridge...just the place to find mystery and intrigue!

TALKING SHADOWS?

Imagine a shadow could talk
In whisper or rumble or squawk;
Just what would it say
To make you go, “Hey!
You’re just a chip off the old block!”?


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Shadows abound here and here

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very nice shots.

Regards!

chubskulit said...

Beautiful shadowy photos!

My shadows, hope you can visit and see. Have a great week ahead!

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