Wednesday, December 21, 2011

It never troubles the wolf how many the sheep may be.


WATCH OUT! Underneath the Tasman Bridge, as seen from the western shore on the north side. November 2011.

Watery Wednesday, and I very nearly captured a tragedy here. I can neither confirm or deny whether or not this intrepid crew of marine security services foiled a plot devised by a ruthless cabal of shags - on the rock broken pylon in the centre of the picture - to blow up the Tasman Bridge and sever connection between Hobart's eastern and western shores.

10 comments:

NixBlog said...

LOL. Yes great capture by you! Were the shags captured too?

smudgeon said...

Gadzooks! The Bowen Bridge might actually get some use!

Robert Geiss said...

A great picture and title indeed.


Please have a good Wednesday.



daily athens photo

Judy said...

Another photo made interesting by the story the photographer saw!! I am learning so much!!

Kim, USA said...

This is beautiful I so love this shot!

The Flood Water

chubskulit said...

Stunning shot.

My Watery. May you have a joyful holiday!

Roddy said...

You can never trust these shags, a.k.a. cormarants.
I think though that the ships are more of a hazard. They can carry more explosives.

2sweetnsaxy said...

LOL! Great shot! :-)

Genie said...

This is one amazing shot....awesome photography. genie

Kris said...

Thanks all. Finally I am catching up!