Steam Punk Cliff Face
Pearns Steam World in Westbury, northern Tasmania is a must-see destination when I go south there from my home in Victoria. It provides myriad opportunities for intimate grimescapes.
The vertical face of this old boiler seemed like a miniature steel cliff to me, somewhat forbidding and imposing. It was framed nicely by its positioning along the axis of the giant grain shed used to house the old machinery from the further ravages of the elements. It all sits here, in quiet majestic repose.