Sunday, January 7, 2018

From many angles..



A bit of blue to balance out the hot red from yesterday :) these shots were taken on the same day, amazing the difference being by water as opposed to the city streets! You can have a bit of fun with the angles of the double arched suspension Elizabeth Quay bridge. Above, if you pull the shot in you can see in the frame the State War Memorial high up in Kings Park. Below the cranes are beavering away on something that may or may not look like this.. I am reserving judgement :) Further below as the ferry comes in from South Perth the arches of the bridge look as if they are deflating and need a wee bit of air pumped in :) I'm sure it won't be the last time you will see the bridge here. Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe..


27 comments:

  1. You are so creative and clever and a superb photographer. What great fun, with a wonderful subject and great colors!

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  2. Perth seems to me such a modern city! This bridge is really cool, love the arches! The blue sky is a must, thanks for these lights!
    :) big hugs

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  3. Your photos really excite me, G!

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  4. ...now that's quite a bridge!

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  5. Good morning! Those arches are amazing, and you can keep sharing all the blues you can find, because they enrich our lives! As does your blog header photo!

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  6. You have caught the best angles on these curved bridge supports. Thank you for your comment today on my blog.

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  7. Australiahas such beautiful design! Love those arches!

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  8. It is such a great looking bridge!

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  9. I looks like it's a pedestrian, biking bridge only. What wonderful engineering for that!

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  10. No way we could ride bike today...Unless you had one those big wheel bike.
    Coffee is on

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  11. wow what a cool looking bridge and very different, I like it.

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  12. Thank for your very good article.! i always enjoy & read the post you are sharing!

    soy'vvow]oN

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  13. Good arch fun photos. I love seeing Kings Park in the shots. Yes, I hope the buildings do not spoil such a great spot. I hope the Lucky Shag is surviving.

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  14. I like that bridge, it's very arty. A bonus with Kings Park in the distance.

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  15. It is a fun bridge to watch, I like the not synchrone arches!

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  16. That is a very unusual bridge...and beautiful blue skies.

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  17. What can I say, Grace - I have to get to like it, I guess ;-)
    Perth is changing so fast I hope I don´t get lost next time we visit!

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  18. I see what you mean about that bridge. There are endless possibilities for creative shots. It's also amazing to see all those cranes signaling more growth. It's easy to see that Perth is a fast growing metropolis.

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  19. A creative bridge for a creative photographer. Very nice!

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  20. Great shots. Remarkable that structures like this keep a bridge up.

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  21. I recognize that shape! See, you got your own.

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  22. That's a gorgeous bridge; I really like the structure.

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  23. From some angles, it reminds me of our own Gateway Arch.

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