Autumn architecture….

We stumbled upon this old bit of architecture out near Harrietville. Funnily enough we had all spotted it as a potential shot earlier on that day and stopped by there together to shoot it on the way ‘home’ on Friday.

‘ Autumn architecture  –  Harrietville, Victoria’

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~ by Tony Middleton on May 11, 2010.

4 Responses to “Autumn architecture….”

  1. oh this is nice. really like this one Tone 🙂
    nicely seen, and i really like that touch of cloud in the top- it’s givin the image just that little bit more.

    are these tree’s native’s of the region or have they all been planted?
    i know there’s not many natives that drop their leaves like this in Oz. think the main one’s are in Tassie around cradle mountain aren’t they?

    • hey Stephen,
      Most of these are planted species unlike the Nothofagus (beech) trees in parts of Tasmania.

      cheers,
      t 🙂

  2. Like the clouds on the mountain Tony, the tree might have been lightened a little too much though.

    • hey fletch, yeah, looking at it now in less light I think you may be right. It was done using one of Tommy P’s little techniques. I’ll back it off a bit when I get a chance.

      Thanks !
      tone 🙂

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