Photo from an early morning walk.
I always like photographing old footbridges like this. Their unique designs and scenic settings make interesting photos. This particular bridge connects The Inn at Middleton Place with the restaurant and main grounds. The walk takes you around the lake with a view of the Rice Mill, manicured lawns and mossy trees. Also, there could beContinue reading “Footbridge”
About 15 miles northwest of Charleston South Carolina, along the Ashley River, is a plantation called Middleton Place. This is a National Historic Landmark, home to the oldest landscaped gardens in America, scenic lakes, old buildings and wildlife. This is an old rice mill on one of the lakes. The lake is surrounded by manicuredContinue reading “Old Mill”
Dogwood Mill, the entrance to Dogwood Canyon. Built on Indian Creek this is the gateway a scenic walk past waterfalls, bridges and other unique areas.
This old water-mill is located in south central Missouri near the Arkansas border. The original mill site came to life in 1837. A second mill, built in 1861, burned down as Missouri endured the chaos of the Civil War. Finally, the sturdy building you see in the picture was constructed in 1882. This photo was takenContinue reading “Hodgson Water Mill”