The Lure of an Open Door

Spied this shed quite a long ways up a hillside, used my 300 mm lens to shoot it. Not sure what it’s used for or why it’s there in the middle of nowhere.

I wonder what’s inside. If it hadn’t been so far away and behind an electrified barbed wire fence, I would have gone up and had a nosy. Which is probably why the farmer put up the electrified barbed wire fence. Probably old machinery bits, maybe a water trough, a bench to sit on.

Or a monster.

I’ll never know.

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4 thoughts on “The Lure of an Open Door

    1. Thank you… there were sheep involved, which may explain the fence, although I don’t think electrification means much with all that wool…
      So strange down there – there is definitely some sort of system, but I can’t tell what… most of the livestock appear to be free range, or have enormous paddocks to roam. Then there are those (heifers are enclosed) that don’t seem to be trustworthy. Reindeer and elk – who would no doubt run away. Ditto for the emu… NZ provides most of Japan’s meat. You see some interesting farms on the south island.


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