Looking Through the Window at the Darnley Grist Mill

Here’s another shot from the Darnley Grist Mill.  I really loved this place, although it was probably one of the smallest abandoned places I’ve ever been to!  I was hesitant on calling this a building, since there isn’t even a roof and there are only a couple walls left standing!  But this certainly sets the record for the oldest abandoned place I’ve been to!  This building dates back to 1823, I couldn’t even imagine how many generations have come and gone and this building still standing!  I choose to share this shot because windows always speak to me for some reason… if you have followed my work for a little while, you will notice that I love to get windows in my shots!  I don’t know what it is about them, the mystery I guess of the people who have looked out this same very window 100’s of years ago…

An old stone window in the back room of the Darnley Grist Mill