In the heart of the wheat lands in Western Victoria
there is a giant stick shed.
260 metres long, 60 metres wide and 19 m high.
The roof is designed to be the same angle at which wheat lies.
It could hold 100,000 tons of wheat.
It's very old, built in the early 1940's to store grain in massive quantities during the second world war when exporting was impossible.
Now it is encased in wire to prevent the roof sheets blowing off.
Like a big wire sarcophagus.
Surrounded by a ring of cracked mud, even though it is winter.
Is via a long tunnel filled with dust motes.
Leading into this expanse.
How amazing is that!
All photos taken by me.
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