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Some old fences are just standing out for a photograph.

The wooden posts seem to get more texture with age.They go in all sorts of crazy angles, the wire adding to the chaos.

In this digital age colour rules, but sometimes it takes away from what the photo is all about.

That’s where black and white still has a real place in photography.

It allows the viewer to focus on what is the real story.

f22, 1/40th sec, ISO 200 hand held. Focal length 180mm

Taken at Nilpena Station, northern Flinders Ranges adjacent to the iconic and now disused wool shed.