Friday, October 8, 2010

Weekend Bridges: Brisbane



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There are many bridges in Brisbane. We walked across from the Museum to the city.
The Brisbane River, running through Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, is crossed by sixteen major bridges, from the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges downsteam to the Centenary upsteam. The river meanders through an urban area that comprises 1.8 million people.

11 comments:

Ginny said...

Even thought I clicked, I can't figure out what those circles of poles are!! how strange! Part of the bridge?

EG Wow said...

One of the cities I would love to visit!

Lesley said...

makes me think of string art with those poles and cables.
Word verification if "fingers", which sort of fits!

Neva said...

I wouldn't have thought of string art but once I saw Lesley's comment I thought " how true! " lovley photo...

Luna Miranda said...

wow, 16 bridges--that's a lot. he longest river in Metro Manila has 13 bridges.:p

cieldequimper said...

I'm a bit puzzled too but I really like it!

Francisca said...

Too bad you didn't leave a larger image of this one... But I think I count three bridges in this capture.

Pat said...

one thing this meme does is allow us to see all the different kinds of bridges that are around in this great world of ours. This is one of the more unusual ones!

The Japanese Redneck said...

That's a whole lotta bridges!

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» is late making his rounds...
SIXTEEN bridges?!
That's even more than around the San Francisco Bay Area!

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