Agreed. That would seem to be the reason.
It is straightened using Photoshop.
I went to this school and as far as I remember it was burnt down in the Xmas school holiday period in 1949/1950. We, the students continued our schooling in the Mechanics Hall (I think it was called that) on the foreshore side of the Nepean Highway approx opposite Mr Evans butchers shop during 1950. As this was my last year in primary school, I remember it well. I remember 3 of us looking through the ruins and getting into trouble for doing so.
I am an old GWHS student but Nayook wasn't set up when I was there. Sounds as though you fun there.
I still have not seen this. I have not used Eastlink. If anything would encourage me to do so, the opportunity to see this sculpture would do it. A most unusual piece of art. LIKE + FAV
Greetings from the Mornington Peninsula, Australia.
Always love to see a Bills Horse Trough. They also originally had a dog trough attached also but most of them don't have the dog trough anymore like this one. When they do, the dog trough is usually still in use.
Could do with some insulation.. :)
I must admit, I was amused by it as well. :)
Thanks Muszka. This church is in country Victoria and that is why the sky is such a deep blue colour - no pollution. :)
If the metadata of this photo is correct then I passed through that exact same spot half an hour earlier. Finally they're getting rid of this nightmare of a level crossing!