Darnley Cascade Waterfall

I haven’t updated the blog in a while, been crazy busy and had a bit of a sickness for a little while too. We finally moved into our new home and my lazy ass finally got the computer setup so I could finally get back to bloggin and doing some photography work! I have had this picutre edited and ready to go for a little while but just got to lazy and never posted it! The reason I’m getting around to it today is because I just ordered it in a canvas print from a new company called Downtown Digital Print in Burlington. I absolutely love canvas so I cannot wait for this to arrive! I’ll update the post with a review when it comes in!

The Darnley Cascade waterfall just outside of the mill, located just outside of Hamilton Ontario

The Darnley Grist Mill

So I have posted a couple pictures already showing some small sections of the Darnley Grist Mill, but I have yet to show ‘the whole picture.‘  The image below is literally the entire building (as I mentioned in the last post, I would use that term loosely).  The building was very, very small, but getting there early in the morning meant that I could capture the sunrise, and still move around to many different positions before the sun was all the way up!  This image was one of my favorites, you can’t see the sun, but you can see the way its lighting all the leaves on the tree’s.  I thought the yellow and gold color was just gorgeous, cause most mornings I get to see are so blue and dull in my opinion!  I also added a glowing filter, which gives the image a dreamy kind of effect to it, I’ll be starting a before and after series on the blog pretty soon which will show that effect.  Anyway hope you like!

Darnley Grist Mill, a portion of the building that is still remaining

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