Wellington, South Australia is the original punt crossing on the Murray River. It is run by the South Australian government. Every day it ferries cars, trucks and caravans from one side of the river to the other. It’s a quaint step back in time but is much cheaper than building a bridge apparently.
This photo was taken at Point Nepean National Park in Victoria, Australia. They are some of the steepest steps I’ve encountered. I can’t remember how many there were unfortunately. They link sea level with the road and battlements.
Comedian Billy Connelly inspired me to begin taking photos from beneath bridges. He has a love of engineering so takes this type of photos. I just like looking at things from a different perspective where possible.