The Original Murray Bridge cloaked in predawn fog at Daybreak. I came across this scene one early morning Easter weekend, the river was under a blanket of fog, like a snake made of clouds, winding it's way to the sea. Just as the sun started to rise over the ridge, the fog started to evaporate revealing this magnificient example of Australian workmanship. Just love the tones of the steel and Australian hardwood, love this picture.
The original Murray Bridge crossing was built in 1879 and was the first bridge built to cross the might Murray River, the longest river in Australia at 2,508 km. This bridge is located in the regional city of Murray Bridge in South Australia.
This print measures (image size) W297mm x H420mm and is printed in Giclee style on Smooth Pearl Photographic Paper. Perfect in the living room, study or hallway, best displayed in indirect warm lighting or exposed to gentle natural light.
Image Size: W420mm X H297mm
Paper Size: W520mm X H397mm
Paper Type: Illford smooth pearl photographic paper
Medium: Giclee (using pigment based inks)
Framing: Not Included with this print
Signed & Named: YES
Please allow 7-10 working days for production and dispatch from the studio. Frames shown in the sample images are purely for sizing proportion and as inspiration for framing. Prints are not sold with frames unless specified or commissioned.
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