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Australia | by Rory Gould
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When this wall was built it was the highest free standing dry stone wall in the southern hemisphere, standing at five metres at its highest through to three and a half at its lowest. This is an excellent example of the size and strength which can be achieved using the art of dry stone walling. The covers for this wall had to be cut and dressed by hand to a uniform size. This was a painstaking process, but achieved a very pleasing result.

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Taken on August 11, 2011