What a tangled web we weave . . . in metal

There is a marvellous web of metal bridge at Melbourne’s Docklands and it spans the Yarra River connecting the north business side to the south living side of Docklands. It is for pedestrians and cyclists and can be very busy in the mornings and evenings.

Web Bridge or Webb Bridge (nobody seems sure about the correct spelling) though I think that as it is on the site of the old Webb Docks  that spelling surely must win. In various lighting conditions in daytime and especially at night it is a very attractive bridge to photograph. The photos below give it a more dramatic look than the normal tourist guide illustrations.

All pictures shot on a Nikon D800 camera with the 16-35 f4 Nikkor zoom lens.



About Roger

Roger Gould, Australian international sports and advertising photographer has worked on assignment for some of the worlds leading magazines. he emerged from photographing record covers of rock and roll musicians to start one of Australia's first specialist sport press agencies, photographing tennis, cricket, golf, football as well as the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. Roger is a past President of the International Tennis Photographer's Association and has conducted photography seminars for Kodak in many countries. He currently works in aerial and advertising photography.
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