At the farm, in the fog

 

Now that we’re in autumn, the early morning fogs are back at Rouse Hill House & Farm.

Tuesday’s was a real pea-souper.

The house, gardens and animals emerging from the fog give us a romantic, introspective view of the property that visitors rarely see first hand.

All photos by Scott Hill, Curator, Meroogal & Western Sydney Portfolio

About the Author

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Dr Scott Hill
Curator
Elizabeth Farm, Meroogal, Rouse Hill House & Farm
As a teenager, Scott Hill was captivated by pictures of ruins, trying to imagine how people had lived in these dramatic and crumbling spaces.
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