Te Rewa Rewa bridge, in New Plymouth, on New Zealand’s North Island, is a footbridge on the city’s coastal walkway. Opened in 2010, the bridge quickly became popular with locals and tourists alike and has won several design awards. It’s not hard to see why. Framing magnificent Mt. Taranaki in the background the bridge manages to complement its environment, even as it highlights the contrasts between new and ancient, man-made and natural.
If you are considering purchasing a print of “Te Rewa Rewa Bridge” you’ll be pleased to know that I will donate 10 percent of the purchase price of your print to the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal to help out kiwis still trying to rebuild after the 2010 and 2011 Christchurch earthquakes.
This print is available for purchase in three sizes (Simply click on the link to the size that you desire, and you’ll be taken to a page where you can add it to your cart.):