Warrens Crossing - Lansdowne River by louisegreen

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Warrens Crossing - Lansdowne River by 

Digital photo 2008
Lansdowne, NSW

This wooden bridge is located nearby & is named after my partner’s family. During times of flood it is totally submerged by the river but never seems to lose any of its timber.
The trees form a natural archway on one side & this place looks magical at any time of the day, with the sunlight filtering through the leaves. It is a source of great inspiration for me.


landscape, trees, creek, bridge, river, crossing, sunlight, louise, louisegreen, manning valley

Equine artist working in pastel, oils & acrylics – specialising in the romantic Friesian horse & magical Gypsy Cob. I also like to paint landscapes, unicorns & fantasy. I live on a farm surrounded by native animals & birds, horses, cattle, a few sheep & 3 dogs with my partner based on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia.

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  • Lisa Taylor
    Lisa Taylorover 5 years ago

    Beautiful Lighting and a serene shot! Love it!

  • Thanks Lisa…I took my camera with me on the way to work one morning & as I dropped in to home on the way back, I stopped to take several photos.

    – louisegreen

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersover 5 years ago

    The name Warren runs in my family. Your picture is lovely.

  • Hi Lori, thanks for looking in. It’s a small world hey, my partner is a fifth generation of this family name & the crossing & the road are named after that. The river cuts through the farm & eventually flows into the larger Manning River on the Mid North Coast.

    – louisegreen

  • Carol Field
    Carol Fieldover 5 years ago

    i could picture a horse and carriage with the bride and groom riding off into the unknown future…king Arthur era……its magical Lou………in fact i now want to watch the movie…lol

  • Hi Carol, thank you for that…..will have to catch up with the movie too.

    – louisegreen

  • christophermp
    christophermpalmost 5 years ago

    What a great shot!!

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