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Agave fence constructed by early settlers at Burra in the mid north of South Australia. These cactus enclosures were used as stockyards and also as protection against the sometimes hostile native inhabitants, bushrangers, etc. 1990.

Photographer : John Coppi on January 01 1990.

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Agave fence,Burra, South Australia.
Agave fence,Burra, South Australia.
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