Te Rewa Rewa Bridge...

@dide and I are on a bit of a 'Road Trip' this weekend to Taranaki.. and ever since I had seen photo's of this walking bridge have wanted to get a photgraph of it, but knowing how fickle the weather can be in this area thought we could be lucky if we saw a sight of Mountain at all ... earlier in the day we got glimpes of the tip of the Mt Egmont/ Taranaki .. So we decided to come back in the evening light ...
Cool lighting and colours.
posted November 10th, 2017  
What a wonderful structure and archway that is framing the mountain. It looks very feminine. Have a great trip.
posted November 10th, 2017  
Thank you ... the designer certainly had a great vision ...
posted November 10th, 2017  
Wow! This is really pretty - like wings of a bird.
posted November 10th, 2017  
Magnificent shot fav
posted November 10th, 2017  
I’m sure this photo is exactly what the bridge’s architect had in mind when he designed this incredible pedestrian walkway. I saw a National Geography show on this architect and when this bridge was shown they said it was styled as a whale’s skeleton and/or a breaking wave. It is fabulous, thank you for sharing!
posted November 10th, 2017  
Fabulous bridge.
posted November 10th, 2017  
such a lovely bridge - it's like a piece of art.
posted November 10th, 2017  
Love those lines!
posted November 10th, 2017  
Beautiful walking bridge - a work of art. Love the clouds in the background as well. Nicely done!
posted November 10th, 2017  
Just fabulous!! The bridge is so beautiful and to see the mountain peeping through is wonderful!! fav!
posted November 10th, 2017  
Nice composition and shot - fav!
posted November 10th, 2017  
@louannwarren spot on Lou Ann the Tasman sea was just behind me when taking this shot .. it is a fantastic structure.. we talked to several locals and they are so proud of it.. a great asset to the area.
posted November 10th, 2017  
Mt Egmont is beautifully framed here by this unusual designed bridge. Such an iconic pointed mountain but I was nervous of it when I went for some reason. I think I expected it to erupt..we drove half way up in the evening just as it was going dusk, I was glad to get down! It is very impressive though & I liked New Plymouth & the area. We were looking at small farms for Ant & Jo a good few years ago. They were expensive ...too expensive, good rainfall etc!
posted November 10th, 2017  
Terrific :)
posted November 10th, 2017  
Amazing captured of this beautifully designed bridge !
posted November 10th, 2017  
What a fabulous bridge.
posted November 10th, 2017  
Impressive structure, great capture.
posted November 11th, 2017  
Top shot, great work Dianne.
posted November 11th, 2017  
@golftragic Haha wrong one Marnie.,, but thank you ...
posted November 11th, 2017  
Lovely pov and framing.
posted November 11th, 2017  
My favorite bridge, why only it is on the other side of ther world (for me).
posted November 11th, 2017  
Nice :-)
posted November 14th, 2017  
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