Thursday, 15 May 2014

Vaucluse, Parsley Bay Bridge

The Parsley Bay Bridge is a footbridge over Parsley Bay, in the eastern suburb of Vaucluse.

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  1. Bridges are beautiful. I see you dial 000 for emergencies where we dial 911. I have to go see those numbers were chosen.

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    1. Yes, we used to say dial "triple oh" in Australia but since letters were introduced to phone key pads we say "triple zero". Apparently some emergency numbers used overseas like 911, 999 and 112 are diverted to 000 as well now.

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  2. I really like your photo of this bridge.

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  3. Pretty bridge -- I for one wouldn't need the warning sign!

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  4. Lovely shot of the bridge. Looks like a nice place to go for a hike :)

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  5. I love footbridges! This one is especially nice.

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  6. A lovely bridge. No jumping or diving for me. I'd rather just lean against the railing and take photos. :-)

    Visiting from Signs, Signs.

    ~Lindy

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  7. Nice bridge. It seems familiar, is Parsley Bay the place with the shark net?

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  8. What a long bridge! It is very interesting to see that gate of the bridge. The form is like gates of shrine in Japan," Torii".

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  9. One of my most favorite topics is bridges. Great shot for this theme. I love anything I can learn about Australia.

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  10. Hi Jim! I just wanted to let you know that your post has been selected in the spotlights for past week's "Friday My Town Shoot Out".

    You can visit the spotlights here: Spotlights: Bridges

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