03 June 2012

Historic Kinchega Woolshed Part #2










back with a finale reminder of the great Outback, looking down from the woolshed

Goodbye Kinchega; you left a great etch in my heart; I'd have loved to explore some more.

10 comments:

heyBJK said...

Love the old machinery! The steam engine is awesome. I wonder how much that thing weighs? I bet it was noisy, too. The landscape shots are beautiful!

Leovi said...

Congratulations on this beautiful photos. Delicious old machines. Best regards.

TexWisGirl said...

love the landscapes! my father always loved looking at the old steam engines. thanks for the memory.

Andrew said...

A wonderful old engine Carole... we have steam rally's often all over the UK and it's wonderful to see all the restored engines in action.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great old machinery shots. I love the red buggy.

Al said...

I love old machines like this, great shots. I'd love to see the Outback one day.

Jan Castle said...

The buggy is outstanding, and the old machinery is so interesting.....we have the 'Great Steam Up' here in a nearby town...Brooks, Oregon, USA...each year. It's old farm machinery...most are steams engines...they do a loooooog parade to strut their stuff and then have them on display in a pasture......great fun!
TFS,
Jan

Lyn S said...

Great photos Carole, I've never visited this part of our country, looks like an interesting place!

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

Oh, them are some pretty shots you got there. I would love to have a copy of them to do some HDR work on. Thats if you dont mind?
Shaun Valleys ShutterBug

Carole M. said...

Glad you enjoyed my pics from the Woolshed; thanks for comments!

Shaun, thanks for asking. You're very welcome to use the pics you'd like from this post.


All I ask is when you post them on your blog, that you add a link to this original post as their source. Have fun with them!