We were on some lonely road somewhere near Hawker in South Australia’s mid north. The sun was getting low (but not yet low enough) and an old ruined farmhouse came into view. It was the perfect opportunity to stop for some images.
I walked up to the ruins, around the ruins and captured them from all manor of perspectives before walking back to the car again. Then I noticed him.
With his tripod placed politely over the fence I watched as he captured a series of images from just that spot.
Given the remoteness of this place I can’t think of any reason why you wouldn’t climb that fence and explore the location unencumbered.
Perhaps he did climb over that fence after we left. Or perhaps he couldn’t. I will never know.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Over The Fence’, 1/100s f/6.3 ISO100 200mm