Old Fridge in Toodyay Ruins

Jamie took us to this cool old ruins of a farming house from yesteryear. The fridge inside was catching the light nicely and we were all over it for a while!

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~ by True North Mark on July 31, 2010.

19 Responses to “Old Fridge in Toodyay Ruins”

  1. b&w sepia works well for this one mate! ill have to work mine up when im back up and running..reminds me of tommy P’s APPA entry with that sepia look

    • Yes it works well for these sorts of images….you now have something to work to mate!

  2. I like these sort of shots, you guys found some gold out there is the scrub.

  3. Hi Mark,

    Got to admit I knew that shot was going to be gold when I saw you salivating over it. Well it is gold!!! Its funny, because I was thinking the same thing that Mr Fletcher was missing out on a good spot.

    Jamie

    • I am sure we will find some more gold out in the gold fields next week Jamie! Glad you liked the shot mate…it came together pretty well and I used the hand held 28-300 shot in the end!

  4. Hey Mark, Looks like Merv’s old house.
    You buggers will photograph anything.

  5. That’s my house after Pete broke in and rsided the fridge !!!!

  6. Hi Mark – nothing to do with this photo but I think your ferries were being loaded into a ship yesterday afternoon so on my way home we stopped and took a few shots, put one on my blog if you want to have a peek.

    • Cool Col

      Yes they were. I was on board and will post a few shots later in the week.

      Cheers,

      Mark

  7. Nice, a bit different to your usual style Mark!

  8. Great work Mark. I like you’re processing skills.

  9. Kalbarri, Kalgoorlie?

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