Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Watery Wednesday..........



Today's photo's were taken at Mingus Mill in the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee back in September of 2006. It was a lovely day when we visited there. For more Watery Wednesday photo's, please click on the link.

14 comments:

Leora said...

Love all the lush green. It does look like a pleasant place to visit. Calming.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Love those pictures, Gill!
I'd like to go there and sit awhile.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shots. I've never seen a mill before. Thanks for sharing these. And, Mr. Linky is finally working!
:-D

mommanator said...

looks like a luvly place to walk!

Deborah Godin said...

Wonderful spot - I'd love to stroll across that little bridge!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

How lovely - looks so peaceful.

A x

Ladynred said...

Beautiful place to visit. Nice captures.

Denise said...

Those old mills are marvellous structures, and the surroundings are extremely pretty. Very nice photos Gill.

Carletta said...

I've been here many times.
It is a lovely walk back that path. Sometimes the water is really flowing over.
Did you watch them grind in the building?
Nice shots - thanks for the memories.

Jan said...

Great photos. Love the top won.

Gill - That British Woman said...

thanks for all your comments, super busy today..

Gill

Mojo said...

Reminds me of those gem "mines" where you buy a bag of dirt and sift through it looking for gemstones. have you tried this shot in black and white? Or even (yes) sepia? It would probably be very striking!

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Rinkly Rimes said...

I lived next to an old mill for quite a while. You captured the atmosphere.