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Uploaded: 04/26/11 3:08 AM GMT
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Falls Mill - Established in 1873. It is currently home to an operating grist mill, general store, and museum.


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04/26/11 3:13 AM GMT
This is really special work here.
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04/26/11 3:20 AM GMT
The perfect combination, David, is a scene like this combined with your innate skills as a photographer. Beautiful posting. A moody sky, lots of greens, a perfectly placed waterfall captured with excellence and an old, brick building. Great colors, perfect balance and composition. I have nothing to critique on this one. A rare 9 out of 10.

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04/26/11 3:48 AM GMT
A lovely place David a good picture and composition very nice indeed.

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04/26/11 7:34 AM GMT
Lots of places like this here too...some have there own 'flour' to sell too!

nicely captured on this one
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04/26/11 1:59 PM GMT
A beautiful shot. The composition is very good. So is the sky. I really like this.
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04/27/11 9:53 AM GMT
Well composed shot. Love all those lush greens with the stream running. I guess the same stream is used for running the mill as well. Good lighting and contrast in this shot, well done.
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04/27/11 11:36 PM GMT
Quaint and lovely.
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05/02/11 4:21 AM GMT
Composition is perfect and it is a joy to view.
The voting score does not do it justice by a long chalk.
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