Love the light and shadow on the corrugated metal roof. I want to get to Durham Cathedral (World Heritage site), so thanks for the Sunday notice. This country is crazy with holidays and when shops close down. On campus, everything seems to close at 2:30!!! In town, you're lucky if something is still open at 5. I'm traveling to London before Christmas and I can't get back on the 25th or 26th because there are no busses or trains running that day! It was the same thing when I lived Copenhagen (on the island of "[Old] Zealand"). I tell you, the Old World is going to the dogs. Hopefully things are better in New Zealand, and hopefully you got some good gifts at Durham.
Interesting shot. the textures of the rusty building show up nicely.
My guess is maybe storage.. or a shop. Thats lots of rust.
Very interesting sight. I like the sharp contrast between the rusty surfaces and the blue sky!
the title is clever.:))and very cosy cottage...although rusty.jingshanghai daily photo
maybe there's bootleggers behind those walls..... in northern Ontario in Canada before WWII there were many bootleggers plying their trade back in the bush - they had similar looking venues.
Thanks everyone. I think it's a storage like Faye pointed out. It's at the edge of farm property, close to the road.Piika, I'm not surprised if they brew some beer in there as well.
am sure to some this is a great home!
Thanks for stopping by Kris.
Whooops. I'm never sure how you spell Sealand (main Danish island) vs. Zeeland (Dutch province.) But I guess Nova Zeelandia was named after the Dutch one.
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