underneath the bridge
The act of being carried over... Thousands of people pass over the water every day, by way of a vast structure spanning above. Their commute casts a deep and persistent shadow. Touching without touching, this leap over nature is solidified in the concrete.
It's a place of contrast, by definition (if the above and below would be compatible, there would be no bridge). It codifies a relation.
By making it easier to pass above, a
Hidden away. Left alone. A peace earned by being cast aside. (I don't know if any of this is true, if it holds)
Some bridges are hard to get to, i like those the most. If you need to hike a bit to get there.