mud brick and tin roof what a great combination of materials. great shot Stuart.
Now this is more like it, what a beauty!. Nice find Stuart. Hi Mike!
Thanks chaps... one of the things that is great about an aimless drive through the country is stumbling on these.
Looks like there's some potential there for restoration. Perhaps not fancy enough for the Smith family tho. Nice one Stu..Lk
That winter sky has been a challenge to photography lately..
Looks rather neglected - but a great picture. Liked :)
Thanks gents.... yes Jock, the sky could be kinder but probably better than scorching heat.
Whenever I see places like this Roger, I can't help but wonder about its origins and reason for neglect and what it would be like restored.
Yep, one day I will pull up along some great little backroad to find Stuart, Lex, Jock, Mike and Derek jostling for the best position from which to photograph some beautiful old abandoned homestead....
Why are you late....?
Cause she drives a Ford Stuart. Remember when Australia used to build those cars?....
Because I was snapping away at another awesome spot that you lot all missed and I'm the only one who got it...Ford and all...:-p
If you had a Volvo you could have safely managed to get to both spots on time..[:-)
Really love this one, Stuart.
My very best, David.
Thank you David.... Hard to resist the abandoned places.
:-) Naa, still wouldn't work Stuart, I'd still dawdle along looking at everything in sight :-))
and don't change - we get to see more that way...
ha....this was a good conversation :-)
It's Stuart's House, Lex!!
I saw no evidence of Stuarts habitation when I went inside... except for maybe an empty crate of Red... :-p
Not mine.... I drank white that day... [:-)
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