Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

Bridge Walk (Sydney, Australia)

Bridge Walk

After spending months admiring it from the train window on my way to and from work, I finally got to spend an afternoon exploring the Sydney Harbour Bridge (Australia) with my camera. The bridge carries train, vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the Central Business District and the North Shore of the city; and if you’re ever this way, it’s worth taking time to enjoy the structure in its own right.

Whilst playing around with perspectives, I noticed that a group of people were doing The Bridge Climb above me. Not something I would attempt myself as I have intermittent problems with heights, but their presence highlighted the sheer scale of the construction: and made me wonder what the views would be like from all the way up there.

 
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