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This abandoned cottage is one I like to photograph each season. Briar roses and a lemon tree as well as a trumpet vine have overgrown the fenceline. A piece of pioneer history abandoned yet a wild rose garden invokes dreams of the family that once lived there.

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hut, fence, rose, abandoned, cottage, shack, pioneer, briar

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  • Richard  Cubitt
    Richard Cubittover 4 years ago

    Lovely Shot, great foreground interest in this well done!

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 4 years ago

    Is that on the way to tenterfield? Looks very much like one I shot a few years ago….great framing!

  • Mel this is near my little farm and yes if it was a dirt stretch your right. My farm is in Tenterfield shire. Do you still have the image I would love to see it………………

    – Kym Howard

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 4 years ago

    I’ll see if I can dig it up….I have hundreds of dvds and cds that I’m slowly transferring to hard drives…

  • It would just be interesting but don’t bust a gut if you know what I mean. I photograph this every season. I have some winter versions in the gallery as well it changes so much

    – Kym Howard

  • Jenni Tanner
    Jenni Tannerover 4 years ago

    Love this Kym, the view through the rambling roses (if that’s what they are) and the weathered fence is magic :-)

  • Kym Howard
    Kym Howardover 4 years ago

    These roses are just growing wild now they are briar roses just running along the fenceline. I pass this all the time so I have to stop can’t help myself.

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 4 years ago

    We drove past this place (just near Legume?) in april 2006….there were no flowers on the vines at the front, although I did shoot one or two images of the vines framing the house…

  • Kym Howard
    Kym Howardover 4 years ago

    The Winter Version

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 4 years ago

    That fruit tree near the chimney is looking good still….they are SO tough!

  • Tough buggar thinks its a lemon tree

    – Kym Howard

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 4 years ago

    Hubby, myself and a lady called Lainie were heading down to Tenterfield for a camera club weekend….we took the scenic route, rather than the highway….it was pure luck that I found this cd so quickly :)

  • Kym Howard
    Kym Howardover 4 years ago

    Someone probably raised a family of ten in this

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