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By mistere
Todays offering is a fully restored and working windmill from the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings.
Located near Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. The museum has over 30 historic buildings, spanning 700 years
of history They've been rescued from neglect or demolition and brought to this site to be preserved and maintained.
From traditional farm buildings, the windmill, a Victorian gaol, a church, toll cottage, a 19th-century chain making workshop,
A prefab house and an Anderson Shelter plus much more. There are also regular craft demonstrations, including a blacksmith,
brick making and flour milling. Useful if you have children to entertain during the holidays Smile
Many thanks for your votes, comments and congratulations given to yesterdays anniversary upload. And to Mike and Leo
for your awards.

Tags: Landscape Photo journalism Windmill Nik Efex Hdr Pro Avencroft museum

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3 Aug 2019 9:24AM
Lovely shot!!!


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3 Aug 2019 10:36AM
Lovely capture, great framing with those trees.
Beautiful image
3 Aug 2019 12:18PM
Well framed, well taken and very well and effectively processed, Dave.

saltireblue Plus
9 9.9k 38 Norway
3 Aug 2019 1:01PM
Sounds like another photographically interesting day out, Dave, alongside BCLM and Beamish...
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2019 1:21PM
A lovely scene captured Dave. Good to know these old buildings are being kept going.
3 Aug 2019 1:44PM
A lovely location for contemplation and to clean ones lenses, Dave.

3 Aug 2019 1:51PM
Nicely framed, great image.
A lovely image. Along with the above I think the framing is very effective as are the nicely muted colours and the understated feel. Having the windmill in the centre of the frame makes for a very satisfying composition.
All the best Dave, G. SmileSmileSmile
Great image, Dave.
Interesting write up.Smile
Lovely image, it's great to see restorations that will be there for years to come

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