Dunrobin Hall Vane

On our way home to Gore from Central Otago we passed through a tiny rural locality named Dunrobin that has a very weathered public hall. I spotted a small arrow up on the roof. No idea if it still works but surely it’s intended as a wind vane!

For:   Weather Vane Wednesday Challenge – March 06, 2019


Dunrobin Memorial Hall

Photos 1,3 and 5 taken by Liz, photos 2 and 4 taken by Nigel

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The front gable is the one at the right-hand side of the photo.

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You can just read the name of the hall. I guess this qualifies as a ghost sign, Ted?

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See the sheep paddock to the far right of the photo below..

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I took a photo of the view down there because it looked so pretty with the sheep, the golden foliage of the elm trees and the gorgeous big blue sky

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Text by Liz, photos by Liz and Nigel; Exploring Colour (2019)

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