Turkish Bath Museum, Mt Wilson by Michael Matthews

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The Turkish Bath Museum at Mount Wilson, NSW photographed with a Canon 400D at the Redbubble Rumble on Saturday, April 29, 2012.

It was great to catch this great building with some supporting autumn colour.

This unique heritage listed building is situated within the Wynstay Estate at the end of The Avenue, Mount Wilson. It was the one of the first properties to be established in Mount Wilson, as early as 1875, by Mr Richard Wynne who also established the Wynne Landscape & Sculpture Prize in 1895.

The building was in use for a few years for its initial purpose, as a Turkish Bath, but now partly restored it houses a museum of local history operated by the Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine Historical Society.

The building itself is very stylish, featuring many original features including arched windows of stained and hand painted glass. It has exterior walls of polychrome brickwork with Italianate decoration and an elaborate turret with cast iron finials and roof decoration.

The museum regularly holds exhibitions about the history of Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine and its interesting personalities.

This photo has been slightly cropped because of the sloping block it sits on.

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Country born & bred but now located in Sydney, Australia.

I’m fascinated by the beauty of nature & in particular Australian native flowers & landscapes. I also love colour & anything unusual.
The Blue Mountains are my favourite spot at the moment.

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  • Sharon Brown
    Sharon Brownover 2 years ago

    Very nice Michael…like the angle you’ve taken it at.

  • Thanks Polly & thanks for the fave. I have to admit that the angle chose itself. The tree & the fairly steep slope meant this was the only decent spot.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 2 years ago

    Agree with Polly – this is a great angle – avoiding the wretched fence! Love the light

  • Thanks Rosalie. I think the red leafed tree really adds to the view.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Ian Berry
    Ian Berryover 2 years ago

    Nice POV here Michael, we didn’t get into there, did you go inside?

  • Thanks Ian & thanks for the fave. I almost made it in but opted for another garden instead. Next time perhaps.

    – Michael Matthews

  • John Sharp
    John Sharpover 2 years ago

    Beautiful shot of a grand old building. Nice work Michael.

  • Thanks a lot John.

    – Michael Matthews

  • peter  jackson
    peter jacksonover 2 years ago

    Nice shot and composition Michael, the colours are beautiful.

  • Thanks a lot Pete.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Bev Woodman
    Bev Woodmanover 2 years ago

    Brilliant image Michael … this is an amazing building♥

  • Thanks Bev. I knew you’d like this one.

    – Michael Matthews

  • mspfoto
    mspfotoover 2 years ago

    Excellent capture. I like your POV and the colours are great.

  • Thanks Mark.

    – Michael Matthews

  • normanorly
    normanorlyover 2 years ago

    Nice shot and composition Michael

  • Thanks a lot Norm & thanks for the fave.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 2 years ago

    Hey congrats on the feature in A Place to Call Home group Michael!!

  • Thanks a lot Rosalie. It’s nice to see this beauty getting attention.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Laddie Halupa
    Laddie Halupaover 2 years ago

  • Thanks a lot for the feature Laddie.

    – Michael Matthews

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