away for the weekend: grist mill - winter scene

Saturday, December 15, 2012

grist mill - winter scene

The difference a couple of weeks makes in a scene...
Last month, I posted pictures of this grist mill in Weston, Vermont..



And now, to my surprise, the water is beginning to freeze.
Do you suppose that it completely freezes over in the winter?
I'll let you know - in another month or two.


 
Thanks for dropping in!

15 comments:

  1. That's very pretty. Can't wait to see it in a couple of weeks.

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  2. There's a good flow of water there. If it freezes you should be able to get some excellent shots

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  3. my goodness, what a difference for sure! beautiful place & I love the 2 doors in the last shot on the other post =)

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  4. I had to look back and see those sunny pics and it is such a difference from this cold scene!
    Lovely shot!
    I'm betting it freezes at least one time. Looking forward to finding out. :)

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  5. If it freezes solid, is there a chance the mill will grind to a halt? I hope not~

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  6. Such a beautiful view! The snow is breathtaking. Wonder if it will freeze over!

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  7. The mill is so pretty with the snow! Looking forward to seeing if it freezes over.
    I thought I had followed you awhile back but haven't been receiving your posts. So I am signed up now.

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  8. SO gorgeous, a peaceful scene... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #61!

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  9. Such a stunning tranquil scene.

    I am full of sadness the weekend over the tragedy in CT. How very sad, tragic and difficult to understand. We live about 1.5 hours from Newtown:( No reading for me this weekend, nor much time on the computer).

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  10. You had me with the quilt photos in your header and completely hooked me with the covered bridges and beautiful photos on your blog. I'm glad you stopped by my blog so I could find you. I'm a new follower and have enjoyed the last 15 minutes I've been looking around here.
    You live in a beautiful part of the world! Enjoy the holidays,
    jj

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  11. Wow, I'd like to see that frozen.

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