While I was waiting for my chinese take away tonight, I wandered around the historic German village in the Adelaide Hills.
Hahndorf is one of the earliest settlements outside of Adelaide and was settled by a group of settlers from Eastern Prussia in 1839. The German influence can be seen in the existing original architecture. The town was named Hahndorf in honour of Captain Dirk Hahn of the ship Zebra which brought the settlers to Adelaide in 1838.
This interesting fence caught my eye and I thought it would be suitable for Tex's Good Fences blog.
Liz Needle - linking with "Good Fences"