Alton Mill

By: Lesley

Jul 30 2011

Category: Caledon

10 Comments

Aperture:f/4.2
Focal Length:12.8mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/100 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

It was an arduous task converting the old stone Alton Mill into the arts centre that it is today. It is one of two remaining stone mills built in the early 1800s and here reflects the nature that surrounds this heritage site that is home to artists’ galleries, a heritage museum, shops and cafe. You can read more about the history and galleries of this unique space here.

Participating in Weekend Reflections.

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10 comments on “Alton Mill”

  1. I like the sign on the chimney ; the reflection is very nice too… Nice sharing !

  2. Mills are an important part of our history, both in the US and Canada. I always like to see them restored and put to use, especially if that use includes history.

  3. What a marvelous looking old building and terrific reflections for the day! I really like the different textures you can see! Hope you have a great weekend, Lesley! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  4. Beautiful trees on glass Lesley. Your photo is a work of art!

  5. I love that chimney! And the reflections are so pretty!

    —Kay, Alberta, Canada

  6. Perfect reflections Lesley! You are the best at writing the history of a place so succinctly. (I can’t eve write a comment in such few words — I need to study your technique!)

  7. Love the reflections. Cool building!

  8. I like this a lot! Very nice shot!

  9. .
    The windows look like paintings.

  10. I love this….the reflections, the name on the chimney…did I say reflections?


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