Zedler Mill, Luling Texas

By: Robert McArthur

Jun 06 2010

Category: Watercolor

2 Comments

Aperture:f/4.9
Focal Length:18.6mm
ISO:800
Shutter:1/20 sec
Camera:Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS

Driving through Luling, Texas I noticed an old Mill above a waterfall on the river.  Converted to a city park, the old mill was constructed in 1879.  I was drawn to the triangle patterns in a small shed:

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2 comments on “Zedler Mill, Luling Texas”

  1. Beautiful. I really like the shadows in this that give the feeling of light playing all over the scene, Robert. I want to be there.

  2. I can feel the movement. The trees look like they are swaying in the wind. I love the rusty side to the mill. This is a lovely composition and I like your choice of a portrait format.


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