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Registered: November 2008
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The lovely arches of the Kings Bridge hidden behind the concrete ugliness of the Paterson Street Bridge.
· Date: Wed February 26, 2014 · Views: 275 · Tags: 1 ·
Keywords: Australia Tasmania Tamar Launceston Reflections
State / County / Area Image Taken: Tasmania
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Registered: December 2009
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Wed February 26, 2014 1:58am

The reflective nature of the bridge and the boat serve as a strong foundation for the balance of the image. The contrast between the bridge and the relative darkened nature of the background landscape helps to bring a 3D feel to the image.


Registered: April 2009
Posts: 1,415
Wed February 26, 2014 2:18pm

That is a nice reflection Dave and so good to see the view without mist, you do get some sunny days then? Quite rugged there.
Good one.
Best wishes

Registered: August 2010
Posts: 1,105
Fri February 28, 2014 3:07pm

The old bridge and it's reflections are lovely; shame that the new bridge couldn't have been built with a more aesthetic value.

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 1,497
Fri February 28, 2014 3:43pm

Exceptional! Love that crisp reflection that leads my eye along and under the bridge. Belongs in a travel brochure!

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 1,659
Sat March 1, 2014 7:04pm

Maybe the newer concrete bridge would look better without the juxtaposition. Certainly the comparison makes it look rather ugly and graceless and it in turn rather spoils what's left of the view of the old bridge.
In the UK, even with money being tight we try to hold onto our old structures. Recently Paddington Station was upgraded in preparation for the new Crossrail line when demolition of the rather narrow Bishop's Bridge which carried road traffic over the railway and the canal just outside the station was begun to widen the road and build a new bridge and approachway. It was discovered that under all the asphalt and concrete was the first of Brunel's iron canal bridges (1839). Work was stopped while engineers checked the bridge and discovered it could be dismantled. This was done and the old bridge was then renovated and reinstalled as a footbridge 200 yards along the canal.

Registered: November 2008
Posts: 860
Sun March 2, 2014 4:11pm

David, Hi:

I like this very much.
Tack sharp with a great deal to see and enjoy.
Very nice.

Have a great week.

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