A Daily Photo Blog about Life in Northern New South Wales, Australia.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

3 Chimneys


The remains of an old house on the very edge of the New England escarpment at Wollomombi. Come back tomorrow to see how far down it is amongst the trees in the gully.

17 comments:

  1. I am sure that there is an intriguing story attached to these three lonely looking chimneys! Interesting view!

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  2. I agree with Gemma, Mark, I would love to know the story behind those lonely chimneys! Great post/photo for the day!

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  3. Three chimneys means lots of warmth in the cold of winter ... But not so comfy in the heat of Summer.
    I wonder who lived there and their story.

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  4. Wow that's a lot of chimneys, I wonder how the house was configured to put one in three rooms...

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  5. interesting remnants of the past

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  6. A very interesting photo. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  7. Splendid shot! Looks so desolate, though.

    Cheers ... visiting from Our World Tuesday.

    Now, here's something completely different:

    http://turningboholano.blogspot.com/2012/08/balut.html

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  8. I agree with the rest. There might be an interesting story behind those chimneys. I hope we get the chance to hear it.

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  9. I often see lonely chimneys, but rarely get them as nicely framed as this.

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  10. Trying to figure out why only the chimneys are left, was the rest of the house made of wood maybe?

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  11. Wow. Was that supposed to be one big factory or house with three chimneys before? Bet no one gets cold at nite.

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