The valve set for destruction by Flossy13

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Harbour Mill, Pyrmont.
Built in 1896, Edwin Davey & Sons Flour Mill – one of Sydney’s longest serving flour mills. A familiar and much-loved site with enormous historical significance, it underwent a no-expense-spared rebuild in 1911 after fire destroyed much of the building. The mill continued flour production until its closure in 1996, after nearly 100 years of operation
Locaton: Pyrmont, NSW.
Camera: Nikon D80


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A quirky little soul wandering through life trying to find its meaning, make sense of it all and dreaming of something better. From 9 – 5 I pretend to be a grown up with some degree of success but afterhours the naughty child escapes to run amok and create havoc, usually leading astray my son in the process. The ensuing happy snaps are taken as evidence.

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