Photographer's Note

ENGLISH: This is the main bridge in Ross, a characteristic little town in south-east Tasmania. The townlet is about an hour's drive from Launceston and is full of quaint little shops, cafes and historic buildings. The Ross Bridge was constructed by convict labour in 1836, and is the third oldest bridge still in use in Australia. Commissioned by Lieutenant-Governor Arthur. The bridge was designed by architect John Lee Archer, with the convict work team including two stonemasons.

My WS shows a close-up of the Bridge.

ITALIANO: Questo č il ponte principale in Ross, una caratteristica cittadina nel sud-est Tasmania. La cittadina dista circa un'ora da Launceston ed č pieno di negozietti carratteristichi, i bar e edifici storici. Il Ponte di Ross fu costruito dal carcerati nel 1836, ed č la terzo ponte piů antica ancora in uso in Australia. Commissionato da Arthur tenente-Governor. Il ponte fu progettato dall'architetto John Lee Archer, con la squadra di lavori compresi due scalpellini.

ISO 100
28 mm using 24-105mm lens
CPL filter
Pattern metering

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