Thank you so much Giancarlo,
It is kind of you!
I'm very pleased that you like the picture.
Warm greetings. GGR
I hope you spent some time on the water during those days, James.
Yes Berend, it is a common sight in rural Australia. Pioneering in Australia was often trial and error. The variability of climate especially of rainfall was a difficult factor for farmers from Europe to understand and adjust to, hence farms, houses and other buildings were simply abandoned.
This old boiler was ruptured by the explosion, removed from the mill and replaced. For 110 years it has sat outside the mill to rust away. No one will salvage it.
It is a bit of our family history, Berend. Today it is derelict but was used to store farm machinery for many years. The sugar mill ceased crushing cane 100 years ago.
Beau travail. L + F. cordialement. Christophe
Beautiful city, beautiful Mediterranean. Like it! Heather.
4000 Aufrufe - sehr lustig - ja, die deutsche Autolandschaft!
Thanks for visit and nice comments Pano friend Ruslan
Thanks for your encouragement, Diego. This was one occasion when I was driving, and in an impulse stopped and took out my camera.
Glad you appreciate this special moment, Ediponc.