Friday, November 21, 2014

Pandani Landscapes : About

Jeram Cowley is a dry stone waller in Tazmania. This is a bridge he and his crew built. I have never built a triple arch dry stone bridge. His is very impressive.


It states on his web site that Jeram began his career in drystone walling in 2002 constructing walking tracks for the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. Doing this he learnt to mimic nature's curves and shapes and incorporate local materials wherever possible. Since then he has traveled to various parts of Australia, honing his unique style and broadening his skill base to include drystone arched bridges and formal drystone retaining walls.


Nice work Jeram !



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