April 1, 2010

The Travellers under a blue sky

The series of sculptures lining Sandridge Bridge is called The Travellers. The work is about the waves of immigrants who came to Melbourne.

The Travellers, Melbourne © Evelyn Howard 2010

Sandridge Bridge  is a pedestrian bridge over the Yarra River. It’s lovely to walk along here when the shadows of the giant sculptures makes patterns on the ground (I have posted a black and white photo here).

Broken Glass © Evelyn Howard 2010

You will be able to see glass pieces in the first picture, with names of countries. When I was there, the glass with Macedonia inscribed was broken, and I thought that it made a rather interesting picture.

The Travellors, Yarra River © Evelyn Howard 2010

Here is another photo which shows the sculptures, but Sandridge Bridge (not shown) is actually behind the bridge that you see in this photo.


Happy Easter, and have a wonderful weekend.

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diane said...

They are great sculptures. pic of the broken glass is pretty. Funny where you find photos

Louis la Vache said...

These sculptures have a lyrical, graceful humor about them that makes them a fine choice for the pedestrian bridge.

Manang Kim said...

The second picture is very interesting. Happy Easter!

SWF~Full Moon

Sylvia K said...

Love the sculptures and agree with Louis, they're perfect for a pedestrian bridge! And lovely skies! Marvelous captures for the day, Evelyn! Wishing you a very Happy Easter weekend!


LV said...

What an interesting and informative post about your lovely part of the world.

siromade08 said...

The sculpture plays a great part, attracts peoples attention as they walk on the bridge. Looks great.

Happy easter.

chubskulit said...

Your photos are always fascinating Evelyn!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful sculptures. Very unique.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

wowwwwwwwwww,the second photo is awesome,ilove it...

Owlfarmer said...

I love this bridge! Thanks for introducing folks in the northern hemisphere to the delights of Melbourne. The play of light on the bridge against that astonishing blue sky is quite wonderful.

Laura Hegfield said...

I agree that second one is amazing the way the light reflects off the metal and glass...beautiful!

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