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autumn at morningstar

Autumn At Morningstar

morningstar mill in all it’s fall colour splendour! the right-hand building is the grist mill that still produces flour during the summer and early fall months. the red structure on the left represents the sawmill that was once operating on the site. both reflected  on a small pond that is fed by lake gibson, a man-made reservoir that provides water to the city of st. catharines. the water eventually tumbles at decew falls, just beyond the buildings.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: country scenes

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beyond the window

Beyond The Window

a companion piece to beyond the doorway: a window at the arnos vale waterwheel and nature park in tobago.

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beyond the doorway

Beyond The Doorway

the entrance/exit, from the inside, to what was the arnos vale waterwheel and nature park in tobago.

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curve ahead

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in the time i’ve been in trinidad, i have driven this winding road a countless number of times and narrowed it down to this section for my first shoot on the north coast road that leads to maracas beach. though it is mostly a coastal road, there are not enough lookouts or places to pull over to take in some of the beautiful scenery along the way. where it can safely be done, the vegetation is overgrown and does not allow for scenic viewing – what a pity!

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still standing

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on the northeastern tip of tobago lies the village of charlotteville. upon my approach into the village, i noticed this charming old wood house nestled among the trees and vegetation off the main road into town. though i believed it to be abandoned, it was not, as i heard voices coming from within. it’s amazing how many of these old wooden homes are still standing throughout the sister islands of trinidad and tobago. some seemingly on their last legs, as it were; most abandoned and decaying…

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