I am back from a short six-day trip to Melbourne, Australia where I spent three days instructing on a course, and the rest catching up on some rest and photography. One of the places I planned to visit this time round was the Webb Bridge (in the Docklands), a competition-winning pedestrian/cycle bridge over the Yarra river. The bridge was so chockfull of photographic opportunities that I made three separate trips to it within a week! The above is one of the shots I caught on my third visit to the place.

Canon EOS 7D + EF70-200mm f/4L USM : f/8.0, 1/800 sec, 149 mm, ISO 400. Click for location
Category: Architecture and Decisive Moment and TravelSunday, 03 Oct 2010 10:41 pm