I loitered a long time beside the paddock where this old homestead stood, wondering whether I should trespass. Long enough for someone to pull up in a ute, to whom I asked about jumping the fence to take some photos. I got a look that said "what on earth for?" but a verbal "okay".
Ravenswood was once a gold mining centre, with 40 or so pubs. What's left is largely ruins, but there are some beautifully well-preserved buildings (church, two pubs and others), making it fun to shoot. It also has some twentieth-century ruins too, like this bus I came across. It's shot with my Canon 7D and processed in Lightroom.
Science | Football | Rock 'n' roll | Photography. Only doing one of those here.