Djerriwarrh creek bordering Melton and Bacchus Marsh, constructed over the Djerriwarrh Creek in 1858-59 for the Road and Bridges Department of the Board of Land and Works.Canon 40d 10-22mm lens.2 Paul C Buff lights.
djerriwarrh creek bridge sand stone melton bacchus marsh heritage listed
lol. Did you think of the title before taking the shot? It’s so good! And the image of this old bridge is expressive, too.
G’day Fran how are you? No I had no idea what I would call this work.Many thanks Fran.Davo
That’s wonderful BigD thank you very much.Davo
Hello Sharon thank you very much.Davo
Nice work Davo, not an ounce of water when I was there mate ….. love it!!!
Ha! I know what you mean it tends to be a very dry spot. Thanks John.Davo
Thank you Jane very much appreciated.Davo
Thank you very much.Davo
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That is so wonderful Mary thank you very much.Davo
wow! this is great reflection David! and the colors are mixing so well ;)
Hello Manon thank you very much. I do love visiting this little bridge.Davo
Oooh, this is fantastic, Davo!!! Looks awesome with the wide angle lens!! :) The color and reflections are gorgeous!! :)))
G’day Laurie thank you very much.Davo
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