Bridges are always fun to photograph I reckon. They tend to have a lot of repeated lines and pattens, which can be really interesting. Especially older bridges like the 115 year old beauty that graces the town I live in. Despite its age, this bridge is still one of the two main traffic bridges across the Burnett River, in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia. The modern bridge further up the river is all concrete and rather bland in comparison to it splendid old neighbour. (The fourth image depicts the railway bridge across the same river).