Te Rewa Rewa Bridge

The Te Rewa Rewa Bridge is a cycleway and pedestrian bridge located across the Waiwhakaiho Bridge in New Plymouth in New Zealand. The design of the bridge is reminded of a breaking wave or a whale skeleton, and its distance is 83m long.

The Te Rewa Rewa Bridge is part of a northern extension to the Coastal Walkway, which connects New Plymouth with Bell Block. The bridge was made possible by a special agreement between Ngati Tawhirikura Hapu and the New Plymouth District Council.

I decided to get some shots of the Te Rewa Rewa Bridge with my camera, so here are my photos:

 

All images are the property of HammyWammyPhotography.

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