Mundane Monday – Tin roof rusted

Thanks to the B-52’s for this great line from ‘Love Shack’ – just perfect to use with my photo of a rusty tin roof! 

Tin roof rusted.

On a recent bushwalk along the Hume & Hovell walking track, we came upon this old hut which was used by workers in years gone by. It was a classic piece of early Australian architecture and very much in the middle of nowhere.

I love the rusted tin roof set against the sparkling blue sky on a warm summer’s day. The rusty panels seem to line up with the soaring gum trees and create a sense of symmetry.

In its day it was very mundane but for us walkers it was a delightful find.


Mundane Monday Challenge is hosted by PhoTrablogger on a Monday.  There are always interesting links to other Mundane Monday posts to have a look at in his weekly post.

….a challenge created to find beauty in everyday mundane things…capture the beauty and upload the photographs.

Hope you enjoy your  Mundane Monday.

Deb 🙂

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  1. A perfect photo for a Monday, tin roof full of character and stories. Have a great day Deb. 🙂 p.s. I used to love that B-52s song.

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  2. Next week, a car as big as a whale? Love the photos.

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  3. So hurry up and bring your jukebox money!!!!!
    I’ve been humming that all day since I saw the title of your post on FB. Love it, that roof reminds me of my childhood on the farm.

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  4. “Rustic” beauty of Old world charm 😉
    I like the scribbling on the wood in the second picture. Or was it your watermark? 😉

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  5. What a lovely day! I ike the shadows across the roof.

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