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For those who like rust.

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  1. yep I'm a rust lover. Can't wait to we get to Yarrabin!

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  2. I like rust. It adds character. :)

    Wonderful colours and textures -- very Australian.

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  3. Typical country scene: a rusty water tank.

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  4. Lovely series of shots of this delightful place.

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  5. mmm ... are you sure that is rust?

    You see, I have a strange feeling that tank is made from concrete ... using sheets of corrugated iron of course to form it. Then that rust is a form of moss/mould.

    What do you think?

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  6. Julie, I took a much closer look and it is hard to tell - looks very neat which would suggest concrete but the colouring looks very CI like. I'm not going back to find out for you.

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