This is shortly after the R355 split off from the R46. There is about 300kms to drive on this gravel road, before reaching the next habitable town; Calvinia. I am going to the Tankwa Karoo National Park, which is almost halfway to Calvinia. This is a part of the country that tends to be dry, even in good years. At the time of my visit they have had the worst drought in written history. The temperature at the time I took this picture was 42°C and climbing.
The what and why of this building beats me. No windows or doors and I am not tall enough to look over the wall to see if there is a roof. Since this is off the beaten track, it beats me even more, why people would travel all the way to paint it with grafitti.