Thursday, April 28, 2011

Thoughtless Thursday



31 comments:

  1. Looks like a pretty nice old mill.

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  2. Your photos are so inspiring! I traveled away from home this week to an even more rural area. I found myself looking at old barns and houses thinking of you!

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  3. How picturesque and beautiful. What a lovely capture. :)

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  4. awesome photo...should be on a calendar...

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  5. Almost another painting, if not for the silos!

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  6. Oh love the beautiful water and classic building. Happy Thursday!

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  7. Love this! It's so peaceful! I would kill for peaceful right about now! ;-) Thanks for sharing!

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  8. that's beautiful - and i love the new barn header too!

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  9. Nice, really really nice. Peaceful. These shots always make me think and wonder about the workers in the past. Maybe it's the blue collar in me.

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  10. Oh how neat. Believe it or not there is one almost exactly like it just south of us in Iowa.

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  11. Such character in that building. I agree with Butch and wonder about the workers. The silos look new. Wonder if it is still a working mill? Can almost hear the sound of the rushing water.

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  12. Very neat Pic!
    Is the mill still in working order?

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  13. What a great photo...but then of course...I think all of your phots are wonderful and still think you should look into publishing a book!

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  14. Oh how pretty! My mom used to have a plaster mold of a mill with water flowing over it and I can't tell you how many times I've painted those... Have no clue where any of them are now or even the mold.
    What a great picture!

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  15. Reminds me of an old schoolhouse I went to as a child in first grade. Love the photo!

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  16. Beautiful shot! I suppose this is somewhere near your home. Pictures of water are so peaceful...
    Good job.
    shug

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  17. Enjoy looking at old mills and mill ponds/dams. This is a beauty...thanks for sharing!

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  18. You soooo right. No comment needed.

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  19. I like old mills and waterfalls. Like all of your pictures, this one really benefits from being examined after enlargement.

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  20. Sweet! I bet that view is spectacular in the fall.

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  21. In Ontario there are several mills now turned into hotels which look very similar to this photo. My wife and I have enjoyed the quaint surroundings and the rushing water which serenades us to sleep.

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  22. You always have such nice pics.

    The shadowing around the edges is a nice touch.

    We finally had a sunny day here. A bit on the cool side, but sunny! (doing the happy dance:) )

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  23. The color in this shot is amazing. Great shot!

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  24. I would love to live in an old mill,imagine listening to that water all the time!

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  25. Gorgeous photo. It's nice to see a mill that appears to be in pretty good shape still.

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  26. Nice scene, This looks like that it is still in use, but I may be wrong. It reminds me of mills that I come across that have been left derelict but have been re-opened as museums with possibly smaller roles to demonstrate what they used to do.

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