This is a view from under Richmond Bridge, in Richmond, Tasmania, Australia.
The sandstone arches of the Richmond Bridge have straddled Tasmania’s Coal River since 1825. Built by convict labour, Richmond Bridge is Australia’s earliest large-stone bridge and represents an important element of our convict past.
This shot was featured in the ‘A Little Bit Country’ Group.
I used a Canon DSLR EOS 350D camera and 18-55mm lens.