Sandridge bridge

Opened in 1886, this bridge carried the first rail-line in the colony of Victoria between Melbourne and its port. Closed to rail in 1987 the Sandridge Bridge has been converted into a pedestrian bridge, complete with moving artwork. Apart from its historical interest the bridge is notable for crossing the Yarra River at a 33 degree angle.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandridge_Bridge
I like how you've given the photo a vintage look. The artwork looks quite interesting.
posted April 16th, 2018  
love your processing
posted April 16th, 2018  
Great edit.
posted April 16th, 2018  
Great processing - suits the image nicely.
posted April 16th, 2018  
I like the vintage look :)
posted April 16th, 2018  
Love the processing. fav.
posted April 16th, 2018  
Your processing is fab
posted April 16th, 2018  
Interesting bridge- and I like the vintage-style processing. It works really well for the historic aspect of it. Moving artwork sounds very cool!
posted April 17th, 2018  
@bintal Thanks Sylvia, would you believe I haven't actually been to see the artwork up close. It's on my to-do list though.
posted April 17th, 2018  
@annied Thanks Annie, I had fun faffing with this one.
posted April 17th, 2018  
@haskar Many thanks.
posted April 17th, 2018  
@dide Thanks Dianne, it was a bit ho-hum as was.
posted April 17th, 2018  
@hermann Thanks Sally.
posted April 17th, 2018  
@onewing Thanks Babs, and thanks for the fav.
posted April 17th, 2018  
@fbailey Thank you.
posted April 17th, 2018  
@olivetreeann Thanks Ann, I haven't yet got up close and personal with the artwork, it's still on my to-do list when I go to Melbourne.
posted April 17th, 2018  
Completely love the processing. It truly looks like a tintype. Fav!
posted April 19th, 2018  
@joysabin I felt like having some fun with what was otherwise a pretty ordinary shot.
posted April 19th, 2018  
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