Reflections of Dod’s Mill

My friend Dave and I had been asked to do some judging for the Oakville Camera Club up in Alton and we decided to get there a little early to get some shots of the Dod Mill (aka Millcroft Inn). About a year ago I had created a great shot of this mill and since then a lot of my club members have wanted to go back and recreate my shot. It’s quite a nice compliment but I know I will never have the same conditions I had then. However, that didn’t stop me from trying to something a little different this time around.

Dod's Mill

Dod’s Mill

I was really happy to get this reflection at the top of the waterfall beside the inn. We also spent some time at the bottom of the waterfall and I really liked the old pipe along the wall of the inn. There is just something about it that gets me every time I visit this place.

Old Pipe

Old Pipe

We wandered along the path to the spot where I took my favourite shots of this mill. This time around it just didn’t work as a photo opportunity. I hope Dave had better luck in getting the shot he was looking for. Afterwards we went back to Alton Mill to do our duty as judges for the competition.


This entry was posted in Archtecture, Black & White, HDR Photography, Local Photography.

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  1. DaveHook July 14, 2013 at 22:25 #

    I haven’t got around to processing them yet, but I think I managed to get some good ones though.

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