Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Mt Wood Shearing Shed, Tibboburra, NSW, circa 1890. A common sight in Australia, Once a thriving industry, wool and sheep farming is on the decline, mainly due to the lack of water, a common problem in this country. Even now farmers are leaving the family property, some that have been the family home for two centuries, as many parts of Australia are once again in the grip of drought. It seems that the interior of this great continent is being abandoned…………….

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