Thursday, January 12, 2012

BACK TO THE ARCHIVES



I haven't been on a photo shoot for a while.
Even Picasa was giving me fits tonight.
I just can't seem to get inspired.
So here we are back into my archives.
Taken at the Grist Mill.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone.
Posted by Picasa

14 comments:

Life with Kaishon said...

Maybe you should come to Pennsylvania to get inspired ; ) I love this picture. I hope you find something wonderful to shoot this weekend. Sending love. Lots and lots of love!

Andy said...

Once I clicked on the photo for a larger view the water wheel suddenly becomes a overwhelming view. Great shot. I upgraded to Picasa 3.9 and it made a mess of uploading photos. After changing some settings I think I have it fixed up and it seems to be working better.

Francisca said...

No lemonade needed here! ;-) It's a wonderful photo of the mill, especially enlarged. I know what you mean about not feeling inspired... For me at those times I just take a break... and do what you did... reach into the archives.

Sandra said...

so glad you archive dived, this is beautiful. I have been doing that, and have a folder now that will soon appear once in a while called archive dive

Anonymous said...

I've been here several times but I don't think I captured it as well as you.

Karen Schmautz

Leena said...

I think you could be inspired here now, we are in the middle of cotton wool , smooth, white
snow everywhere :) But I have in my archive hundreds of snow photos, so, I did not have taken any of them this winter.
But using archives is a good thing, I think.
My today`s photo is from the archive too :)
Nice weekend to you, Sue!

MedaM said...

This is really beautiful photo especially when it is enlarged.Green moss gives a special look to the mill.

Shammickite said...

I really like the wet drippy greenness of this water wheel. Is it near your home?

EG Wow said...

LOVE your archives! This is a fabulous photo!

Kansas Bob said...

What a great pic Sue!

LC said...

I love this photo. You may not feel inspired, but you are inspiring. Thanks for the inspiring and encouraging observations you have sent my way!

John Roberts said...

You need a self-assignment to kick-start your inspiration. Just find a spot to sit in the yard with your camera and keep looking around until something catches your eye. Then photograph it from many different angles. Keep working it until the ol' Photowannabe magic kicks in again!

imac said...

Thats a great water wheel my friend.

Ann said...

a very old watermill, the moss gives it character.