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I captured the fascinating criss cross of the wooden trestles underneath this old bridge on Dingo Creek on the road from Wingham to Ellenborough Falls – a wonderful find with a world of magic under the bridge.
creek, bridge, dingo, trestle, duffs
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Oohh…great capture. Love these old wooden bridges and never have any luck getting a good perspective. This is a great take!
Thank you – I took heaps of similar shots but ended up going with this one for the time being – I love these old bridges too so I must look out for them more often
– Bev Woodman
Nice work Bev.
Thanks Woody – I thought it would be a bit of a challenge – it was!
Great shot! People usually forget the underside of the bridges! So interestesting! Love the light and the red/rust color in spots. Wonderful!!
Thank you – I’ve made myself a promise now that I check under all wooden bridges now – its amazing what you can find.
Great shot, Bev. The echoing angles and lines are interesting.
Thanks Lynda – the angles of these trestles always interest me – Di Jenkins had some wonderful work on trestle bridges and when I saw this one it reminded me of her work although this bridge was much smaller – have a look at Di’s work because its magnificent,
Couple of years back I saw a Brochure “wooden bridges of NSW” think it was put together by was Dept. Env. & Heritage?…….clearly there’s a trail to be followed!
Ooh I must look out for it because they are fascinating.
Great capture Bev, well done!
Thanks Raquel – I found this one a challenge but pleased with the outcome
i love these … arent there dangerous critters down under that bridge … snakes and the like
Dave they probably heard me stomping through the grass and shot through – at this time of the year they’re usually in hibernation and cuddled up somewhere safe – you just need to be careful in sunny spots in case they are warming themselves.
Very cool. Nice capture.
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Cool find, I love to photographed old wood
Thanks SueAnne – I loved wandering around under this old bridge and was pleased with the shots I took there – some of my reflections shots of Dingo Creek were from here as well.
Great shot Bev, it looks like this might’ve been a climb fence, wade through steep scrub hike to capture this one……excellent!!
Thanks Kathie – the climb down to it wasn’t too bad, there was an old vehicle track, all overgrown but I’ve been through worse for a shot.