Harmony Bridge – Kuching

Back in Kuching and to the new foot bridge “Harmony Bridge” which connect the North with the South City. Well, I’m not back in reality but in my thoughts when I look at my pictures.

I came back home with lots of images of this amazing bridge which is designed from the idea of Yin and Yang. It’s S-shaped and curved with two masts inclined in opposite directions.The shape of the bridge symbolizes the balance of cultures living together in harmony.
This is Sarawak in Borneo, this is Kuching and I’ll hopefully be back soon.

20 thoughts on “Harmony Bridge – Kuching

          1. Yes, weight becomes a factor if you are hiking or walking a long distance. My current camera bag weighs nearly 5 kgs with just one camera body and two lenses. Sometimes it becomes too heavy (add a tripod and you are done) if I am hiking on inclines or through some dense forest.

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  1. Bron är helt magnifik! Då tänker jag inte bara på utseendet och konstruktionen utan även på tanken bakom bron. Tänk om man skulle ha sådana idéer här hemma…

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    1. Bron är mycket speciell och jag gillar den mycket. Sen är det ju så sant att olika kulturer och religioner faktsikt lever i harmoni just här. Muslimer, kristna, kineser och olika folkgrupper av Malayer med sina traditioner. Helt fantastiskt!!

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  2. Man kanske borde varit arkitekt, tänk att få rita fantastiska broar och byggnader! Väljer ut de två översta bilderna och den sista, snyggt fotat, förstår att det var svårt.

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