There are abandoned dairy factories all around here. They get photographed by me and others who see beauty in their faded grandeur. This is one of my favourites. It has a lovely sky blue patina with a faded red corrugated iron roof. When set against the ever changing sky line and paddocks, it always look fantastic to me. In an abandoned, neglected, lost sort of way.
August 27, 2012
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