Weekly Photo Challenge: Relic

Wandering down an unsealed laneway near Tumbulgum had me going back in time.  Wonderful old machinery, rusted barbed wire and this old shed.  If I hadn’t been on private property I would have been closer or practically in the shed.  With the late setting sun shining through the wood panels it would have been an interesting shot up close.  I had to resign myself to what I could do.

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  1. I would find it hard to resist the temptation to trespass 😉


  2. Love the grass in the foreground, beautiful shapes


  3. Great shot and a fascinating location. Perfect for b&w photography.


  4. Great shot. I can see the light sneaking in from behind.


  5. Great back lighting, brings this old shed to life!


  6. Bravo! Your B&W photo is dramatic, expressive and very well executed. The realism of the scene and the contrast of the elements is impressive. Thanks for sharing.


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