There are a lot of old tumbledown farmhouses and outbuildings in this area of South Australia - the Adelaide Hills - built by early settlers in the 1830s and 40s. This one was built close to one of the creeks that run through this area. I'm not sure what purpose this building was put to - perhaps a dairy or stables.
This was once a fence designed to keep something contained.
I love the colour of rusted iron roofs. It matches the brick facings on the old stone barn.
Liz Needle - linking with Fridays Fences.