Bridge between Cultures, Old and New
Photo and caption by Konstantine Eleftheria
The Webb bridge, one of the many bridges that cross the Yarra River is representative of the vibrant life along the river banks of Melbourne. The bridge was designed with Aboriginal fishing baskets, fishing traps and drums in mind, along with the winding flow of the Yarra River itself. Meandering its way along the serene Yarra River, and beautifully reflected in the water through a combination of natural and city light, it is strikingly contrasted against the surrounding modern buildings.
Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia