Australian seascape and landscape photography

Abandoned, dilapidated, derelict, decayed and once loved.

Following is a collection of farmhouse images taken on a trip through western Victoria and South Australia.
Initially I intended to take a lot of seascape images on this trip but the rain and sheer cliffs along the Great Ocean Road often conspired against me.
As the journey progressed I found myself becoming more interested in the landscape including the many vacant derelict buildings scattered along the way.

Below – “Shambles” – A deserted farmhouse at Byaduk North, Victoria, Australia.
deserted farmhouse Byaduk North - Jim Worrall

Below – “Out the Back” Byaduk North, Victoria, Australia.
abandoned farmhouse Byaduk North - Jim Worrall

Below – “The Love Shack” – Found along the road north of Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia.
There is also a colour version of the Love Shack here.
Love Shack abandoned house - Jim Worrall

Below – “Spiders n’ Snakes” – an abandoned house along the roadside in Puralka, Victoria, Australia.
abandoned house Puralka, Victoria, Australia - Jim Worrall

Below – “Cottage in the Vineyard” Padthaway Heritage Cottage (Front) near Bordertown, South Australia.
padthaway heritage cottage - Jim Worrall

Below – “Backdoor to the Vineyard” Padthaway Heritage Cottage (Rear) overlooking the vineyard, near Bordertown, South Australia.
padthaway heritage cottage - Jim Worrall

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One response

  1. Top notch

    December 15, 2012 at 9:51 am

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