Tim Knifton

Welsh Mills and Explores

29th March 2014

Last year myself and Dai visited this one room mill in mid Wales which involved a knee-deep crossing of a fast flowing river.

Despite it taking 3+ hours across slow, windy country roads and being one room, it was extremely photogenic and made for a nice little explore.

In this one room, I managed to use a wide-angle combined with 50mm and macro shots which made for some nice full room shots and a lot of detail shots and even some obscure shots (see the bell photo).

This set also got into Flickr explore many times over several weeks and was not just a pleasure to visit and edit but seemed to be popular with others too.

'They don't make them like this anymore' 'Bell' 'Dormant' 'Lost to time' 'No longer operational' 'Sound of silence'

The remaining photos can be found on my Flickr Photostream.

Thanks for looking in.

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