Monday, 4 February 2008

Photohunt # 95 NARROW.

Travelling from north to south on the Sydney Harbour Bridge - Narrow - is the word with three lanes of traffic heading toward you.

The only indication of the lane you should be travelling in are overhead signs designating whether the lane you're in is correct by a blinking red or green X sign.

It's a white knuckle drive for those who don't cross the "coathanger" frequently!!

First time at Photohunt ... can't wait for next week!


Heather said...

Yikes -- that sounds really scary! Great job on your first photo hunt. It's a lot of fun, huh? Have a great week!

Mec said...

great take for your first photohunt :)

rajson said...

Welcome photohunting! It´s so much fun!
Great and intresting shot!
My 20-year old daughter is wisiting Sydney this weekend!
She is staying in Surfers Paradis for two mounths. Efter that she is traveling to north Australia, New Zeeland, US and home to Sweden 2nd june!
I miss her so!

byrningbunny said...

Enjoyed your First photo hunt contribution. Looking forward to next weeks.

TorAa said...

Fascinating to see this world famous bridge from this angle.
Driving leftside - hmm, plus looking up - well, I'll think I'll take a Taxi and rent a car on the other side. LOL.
Said the Viking

Great entry

Popo's 80th Party Planning said...

Yikes! I recently had a dream that I was traveling with my mom on a very narrow and high bridge and that it was a one-way road. When I saw your photo, it brought a little anxiety to me! LOL

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ancient one said...

Loved your picture!! Something about bridges fasinate me!

Carl said...

Very nice photo. Personally, I've driven across some one-laned narrow iron and wood bridges when I was a kid driving the backroads of Mississippi back in the 1970's.

Anyway, I hope you'll view my PhotoHunt entry on my blog at:

Scribbit said...

I'm just imagining how warm and lovely it must be there right now. Sigh. :)

Janet said...

bridges like that don't bother me too much. great shot!

girl30 said...

hah! so true... I was so in awe whenever I'd travel over the bridge while growing up.. that soon gave way to frustration as crossing the bridge in peak hour traffic is a true lesson in patience!! : )

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