11 November 2011

Old Settlers House, Flinders Ranges, Sth Australia

It was set a long way from the roadside, and yes, there is a fence there.  Hard to see, but look for the single post up front.  The location is Quorn, or nearby.










13 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

what a great place!

Donna said...

Beautiful details on the building. And no wasted posts on the fence! Love that first shot.

Janis said...

I see the fence...had to look really hard! Love this stucture...wonder what the story in behind it!!!!

Lesley said...

This looks so desolate!

Judy said...

What a neat building, I love the stone and the lone fence post.

Deb said...

that is awesome...

Genie said...

What an impressive old structure And, yes, I do see the fence. Living in the country, I am used to looking at them. That first shot of yours is absolutely beautiful....I am thinking it could be a fairy house. Gorgeous capture. genie

Liz said...

Absolutely gorgeous images Carole!!

I have never been to SA before. It's is such a beautiful historic state from what I have discovered through my connections on blogger!

I have only really visited all along the entire east coast as far north as Townsville. (I am originally from Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula)

Rose said...

Oh, I love that old house....sure looks so sturdy. Wonder what life has passed through it?

My fence is at Time Stand Still.

Judy said...

I often wonder what the people who built these old places would think if they could see them now...
But your photos are wonderful, and I wish I could be there to see!

Evelyn S. said...

What a fabulous location! Great photos, Carole!

Ebie said...

Ah, galvanized iron has its multi-purpose: roof, fence and window cover!

Beautiful photos of the skies!

Bridget Larsen said...

Thats all you need to hold a fence up~one post~love the little barn
Bridget #22