Friday, November 25, 2011

Richmond Bridge reflections

Richmond Bridge, Tasmania.  If you enlarge the image, you will see the name of the then Lieutenant-Governor of Tasmania , Colonel George Arthur (1784-1854) and, if you're familiar with Roman numbering, you'll be able to work out the year showing on the bridge beneath his name.

For more reflections from around the world, visit James' http://www.weekendreflection.blogspot.com/

10 comments:

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Great photo Valerie! The reflection is so clear and interesting, looking like big black holes.

Dianne said...

Wow! You have captured the reflections of this wonderful early Australian bridge perfectly!

Peter said...

1836! :-)

I discovered some nice places and photos here! Will be back! :-)

Valerie said...

Peter - thanks for solving the mystery!

CameraCruise said...

Wow, beautiful!
Have a great weekend.

Inger-M said...

A beautiful bridge, perfectly reflected! Great shot!

Joe said...

Thanks for sharing this photo. I visited this spot many years ago and remember feeding some ducks probably at the very spot where this photo was taken. Great choice for weekend reflections. Congrats.

Gine said...

Le pont est beau et il est difficile de trouver la surface de l'eau : bravo !

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

What a beautifully clear reflection - and a remarkably clear inscription.

EG Wow said...

Perfect reflection!

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