I have noticed that many photographers are giving their images a big "ping" by creating a more realistic and "3D"ish quality by applying HDR ( high dynamic range ) to their images.
Usually, three photos are taken, at different contrasting exposures, and then merged together, either through photoshop, lightroom or an external plugin called photomatix pro.
It is not usually achieved with moving objects, that is generally why you won't find a HDR image of a butterfly, for example, because they move so fast! And a person only rarely, as they would have to stay completely still for the different exposures to be taken.
So, my old shed and building fetish begins!!!
Oh yea, and what's better than finding some random old "dunny" out in the middle of nowhere, off the beaten track, under a tree, no houses in sight, with just a beautiful view. ( And I'll bet a red back spider or two under the seat...)
I would bet you $5 it was just some Farmers whimsical sense of humor that put it there in the first place.
Ralph Waldo Emerson