Friday, August 3, 2018

Playing with bridges..



It's been a while since I've had a bit of fun with the suspension bridge at Elizabeth Quay. What do you think, as Kandinsky might have envisioned the bridge above or how I saw it on a chilly winter day?


Gleaming even on a dull day First Contact.. 'inspired by the Noongar people’s first visions of European settlers, whose distant sailing ships looking like floating birds bearing the white-faced spirits of their ancestors'. Little did they know life as they knew it would never be the same. Another stormy day in WA.. happy Friday, take care and stay safe..


26 comments:

  1. I Appreciate All Of These Photos - Thanx So Much For Sharing Your Creative Perspective With All Of Us - Well Done

    Cheers

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  2. A picturesque bridge no matter what angle or artistic touch.

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  3. Love the Kandinsky style Grace, but it's a beautiful bridge any way you show it.
    The area around the Swan Bells is almost unrecognizable.

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  4. I love the sculpture and its story, Grace! The bridge is wonderful especially in the 2nd pic.

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  5. ...fabulous bridge and what an edit!

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  6. Beautiful bridge design and the way bridges can be designed now is the same as you can play with the photograps. By computer aided design.

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  7. I love your Kandinsky version! It's very creative. That's a great photo to play around with.

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  8. Your artistic version of the bridge is awesome. The bridge is quite stunning to see.

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  9. Love it that is a great bit of playing :-) Take care Diane

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  10. Good to be reminded of First Contact again. I like the middle photo of the bridge, with three red highlights.

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  11. Your depiction of the suspension bridge looks good.

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  12. Hello Grace,
    That's a wonderful bridge.
    So amazing to see these kind of architecture in the big cities. Fantastic.
    And so special to see that paint of it. Great!!

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  13. Well, Grace... I have to admit the bridge is looking great. Even in Perth ;-)
    Oh, those towers!
    See... first time I came to Perth (1995) I found a different place and yes, I know, development is good. (I insert a very small "but" ...).
    Hot here, hot, hot, hot. I never ever asked for a chill to send over, but could you? ;-)

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  14. Very arty Grace! You have talents, they are funny . I like that last photo too.

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  15. That is a fantastic bridge, so elegant, what a crazy design. Would love to see it in person. I don't think it was there when I visited Perth back in the early 2000s, I think it was 2003..

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  16. I don't think that bridge looks quite right.

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  17. Wow, now that is one incredible bridge structure! I can just hear the jokes of drunk builders putting it together if this were St. Paul, Minnesota. The last shot is one special statue too! Unbelievable art everywhere you travel.

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  18. It's a beautiful bridge no matter how it's pictured but I think I prefer your sharp, classic photos.

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  19. Very cool shots of a cool bridge.

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