Well I never knew they had to rework those cables to remove excess vibes..
The ANZAC Bridge is the longest span cable-stayed bridge in Australia. The bridge is 32.2 metres (106 ft) wide and the main span is 345 metres (1,132 ft) long. The reinforced concrete pylons are 120 metres (390 ft) high and support the deck by two planes of stay cables. Initially the stay cables were plagued by vibrations which have since been resolved by the addition of thin stabilising cables between the stay cables.
Pretty intense location with plenty of compositions and plenty of history. I never realised, but there was once (1940s) a anti-sub net placed all the way across the gap between south and north heads. This caught one of the Japanese ‘midget subs’ in the ‘Attack on Sydney Harbour’ which then proceeded to self -destruct with those on board – very interesting
It is quite incredible to see the change in a triptych image through some simple rearranging and aligning – i certainly have my eyes more open to seeing how these can and should be done. Kudos to the chaps at DSLRusers who helped me out in ‘seeing’ the potential of this sequence.