Shadow Shot Sunday #123
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Here's my Shadow Shot Sunday #123
I've had no luck catching shadows this week due to the sun being very scarce, so thankfully I had this one saved from the week before. The bridge casting that shadow across the Brisbane River is the Merivale rail bridge. I had taken the photo while crossing the Go Between pedestrian bridge. Just beyond the Merivale are two more bridges called the William Jolly and Kurilpa, and small parts of those bridges can just be seen in the photo. And a little way around the corner more bridges can be found. The Victoria, Goodwill, Captain Cook and Story bridges all stretch across the river. Quite a lot of bridges within a short distance. Brisbane has gone crazy for bridges! There was a period recently where celebratory bridge opening events were happening almost every weekend. Main activities of such events include a walk across the new bridge followed by a sausage sizzle. For my overseas friends who may not be familiar with the sausage sizzle, it's basically a sausage cooked on a BBQ and served on a slice of bread. With sauce. If you're lucky you'll have a choice of sauces. Generally limited to tomato or bbq. If it's a fancy sausage sizzle, onions may also be part of the deal. For a higher price. Yup, here in Brisbane we know how to celebrate in style!