Wilson ruins  by golftragic

Wilson ruins

Looking through the Wilson station-master's residence doorways from back to front.
Brilliant - fav
July 12th, 2019  
@dide Thanks Dianne, glad you like it.
July 12th, 2019  
Love all the brick patterns and your composition
July 12th, 2019  
@jgpittenger Thanks Jane, it's a kinda eerie place.
July 12th, 2019  
The station master has gone the way of harbour masters in most places! The stories live on though!
July 12th, 2019  
A stunning capture with wonderful textures and tones. Great natural framing and view too, fav!
July 12th, 2019  
FAVtastic capture :)
July 12th, 2019  
Love it, maybe you could tag this framingjuly2019 for the theme.
https://365project.org/discuss/themes-competitions/42179/let-s-frame-july
July 12th, 2019  
Instant fav
July 12th, 2019  
Very nice with the successive plans and good DOF control, everything is in focus
July 12th, 2019  
This is a wonderful way to photograph these ruins. I did this many times to ones we visited. I think we were possibly only a week behind you in that area. Great job of telling the story with your framing in this pic.
July 12th, 2019  
Great framing
July 12th, 2019  
You have captured this beautifully Marnie. I love images like this but I usually muck them up!
July 12th, 2019  
A frame within a frame, within a frame.......Perfect!
July 12th, 2019  
Excellent framing- the stories this home could tell if stones could talk.
July 13th, 2019  
@maggiemae Yeah, sad isn't it. Inevitable I guess, but sad. In this case, growing wheat etc here was always a disaster waiting to happen so the farmers went broke and left, then the last straw was when the standard gauge railway north was built somewhere else than where the narrow gauge had been. No trains, few and very large grazing properties spelled doom for places like this.
July 13th, 2019  
@ludwigsdiana Thanks Diana, I do appreciate the fav.
July 13th, 2019  
@gilbertwood Thanks Denise, fav very much appreciated.
July 13th, 2019  
@fbailey Thank you very much FB.
July 13th, 2019  
@etienne Thanks Etienne, that lens is good in situations like this.
July 13th, 2019  
@teodw From the dates on your photos looks like you were there in June, so you were ahead of us. We did a short and very full-on trip which involved Wilpena Pound, Coober Pedy and Uluru in 7 days. Main reason for going was the long flight over Lake Eyre to see the water in there.
July 13th, 2019  
July 13th, 2019  
@merrelyn So do I!!
July 13th, 2019  
@angelikavr Thanks Angelika. Glad you liked it.
July 13th, 2019  
@olivetreeann Absolutely right Ann.
July 13th, 2019  
Frame in the frame, very nice. Great light and DOF too. Fav
July 13th, 2019  
A wonderful capture. Great framing and details.
July 13th, 2019  
Super, dooper frame in a frame shot.
July 13th, 2019  
Fablous shot
July 13th, 2019  
Stunning.
July 14th, 2019  
Great pov
July 14th, 2019  
July 14th, 2019  
love the colours and textures
July 14th, 2019  
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