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A Mill and some Daisies
Posted By: slowpez, 07-13-2012, 10:35 AM

The first two are of an icon in the Smokies - Mingus Mill. The first is a pseudo HDR that I used to counteract lots of blown highlights.
The second is part of the water trace.
I threw in the daisies because I like daisies.

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07-15-2012, 06:24 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by GvilleRick Quote
It is indeed a tranquil location. We saw the sign on our way home a few years ago and stopped in. I took a shot from about the same spot and have it framed on our wall. It is not Mabry Mill, however, but is Mingus Mill. Mabry Mill is in Virginia.

On the same theme, here is a panorama made from 4 shots that I took this past weekend in the Smokey Mtns. from the parking lot of Waterrock Knob trail near Maggie Valley, NC.
Thanks for posting the pictures Rick. Of course you are right, it is Mingus Mill. It is hell getting old. You have to fight all the photographers to get to take a photo from that spot and I'll bet we all have at least one identical one either on our wall or on our computer.
I have some sunset photos from Waterrock Knob.

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Very pretty shots, Susan! I love these sorts of shots, wonderful tranquil. The falling water might be my favorite!
Thanks loco. Nice of you to comment.

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QuoteOriginally posted by slowpez Quote
Thanks for posting the pictures Rick. Of course you are right, it is Mingus Mill. It is hell getting old. You have to fight all the photographers to get to take a photo from that spot and I'll bet we all have at least one identical one either on our wall or on our computer.
I have some sunset photos from Waterrock.
We were lucky the day we were there since there was no one else there. I did have to look up the name, I just knew it wasn't Mabrey since that one is close to our relatives.
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Really like those first two Susan well done.
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Really like those first two Susan well done.
Thanks kindly Dave.

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