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Post by Matt Quinn » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:54 am

As if I don't have enough challenge in my life; I'll take this plunge and see how far I'll get. At least I will know where I have been.

Matt's 365-1: Brewster Mill

I pass this mill every day going or coming to and from errands while we are at Cape Cod. It's a granary mill where the original resident brought their corn for grinding. The wheel was/is powered by Paines Creek which runs on the right. The mill wheel is visible on the lower right of the building. A few days a year, the Conservation Committee opens the sluice and grinds corn for sale. Awful stuff; critters galore in it. But it's a good cause. I'll look up more info on the structure. Matt
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Post by davechinn » Sun Jan 28, 2018 4:35 pm

Matt Quinn wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:54 am
As if I don't have enough challenge in my life; I'll take this plunge and see how far I'll get. At least I will know where I have been.

Matt's 365-1: Brewster Mill

I pass this mill every day going or coming to and from errands while we are at Cape Cod. It's a granary mill where the original resident brought their corn for grinding. The wheel was/is powered by Paines Creek which runs on the right. The mill wheel is visible on the lower right of the building. A few days a year, the Conservation Committee opens the sluice and grinds corn for sale. Awful stuff; critters galore in it. But it's a good cause. I'll look up more info on the structure. MattphotoMentoris-12.jpg

Matt, a lovely, peaceful setting. The composition is spot on, but I am curious to see more. Not necessarily in this photo, but just in general. I do believe this one may have been an attractive scene in color as well, but B&W is most likely the way I would have gone too. A good start for 365. However, I find 52 to be a challenge for me, so kudos to you for taking on more than I could chew.
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Post by Matt Quinn » Mon Jan 29, 2018 1:47 am

davechinn wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 4:35 pm
Matt Quinn wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:54 am
As if I don't have enough challenge in my life; I'll take this plunge and see how far I'll get. At least I will know where I have been.

Matt's 365-1: Brewster Mill

I pass this mill every day going or coming to and from errands while we are at Cape Cod. It's a granary mill where the original resident brought their corn for grinding. The wheel was/is powered by Paines Creek which runs on the right. The mill wheel is visible on the lower right of the building. A few days a year, the Conservation Committee opens the sluice and grinds corn for sale. Awful stuff; critters galore in it. But it's a good cause. I'll look up more info on the structure. MattphotoMentoris-12.jpg

Matt, a lovely, peaceful setting. The composition is spot on, but I am curious to see more. Not necessarily in this photo, but just in general. I do believe this one may have been an attractive scene in color as well, but B&W is most likely the way I would have gone too. A good start for 365. However, I find 52 to be a challenge for me, so kudos to you for taking on more than I could chew.
Dave
Thanks Dave. If you are interested, I could post a few others of this scene. I appreciate the support and encouragement. Am about to post #2. Matt
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Post by Matt Quinn » Mon Jan 29, 2018 1:49 am

Matt Quinn wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:54 am
As if I don't have enough challenge in my life; I'll take this plunge and see how far I'll get. At least I will know where I have been.

Matt's 365-1: Brewster Mill

I pass this mill every day going or coming to and from errands while we are at Cape Cod. It's a granary mill where the original resident brought their corn for grinding. The wheel was/is powered by Paines Creek which runs on the right. The mill wheel is visible on the lower right of the building. A few days a year, the Conservation Committee opens the sluice and grinds corn for sale. Awful stuff; critters galore in it. But it's a good cause. I'll look up more info on the structure. MattphotoMentoris-12.jpg
Matt's 365-2: Get-Well Bouquet

A friend sent these to my wife to cheer her up after she broke her right shoulder last week. It works. Matt
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Post by PietFrancke » Mon Jan 29, 2018 2:14 am

good critter food making mill shot, I hope your better half heals quickly, someone needs to keep you in line!!

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Post by Matt Quinn » Tue Jan 30, 2018 3:25 am

PietFrancke wrote:
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good critter food making mill shot, I hope your better half heals quickly, someone needs to keep you in line!!
Many have tried.
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Post by Matt Quinn » Tue Jan 30, 2018 3:34 am

Matt Quinn wrote:
Mon Jan 29, 2018 1:49 am
Matt Quinn wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:54 am
As if I don't have enough challenge in my life; I'll take this plunge and see how far I'll get. At least I will know where I have been.

Matt's 365-1: Brewster Mill

I pass this mill every day going or coming to and from errands while we are at Cape Cod. It's a granary mill where the original resident brought their corn for grinding. The wheel was/is powered by Paines Creek which runs on the right. The mill wheel is visible on the lower right of the building. A few days a year, the Conservation Committee opens the sluice and grinds corn for sale. Awful stuff; critters galore in it. But it's a good cause. I'll look up more info on the structure. MattphotoMentoris-12.jpg
Matt's 365-2: Get-Well Bouquet

A friend sent these to my wife to cheer her up after she broke her right shoulder last week. It works. MattphotoMentoris-19.jpg
Matt's 365-3: Cape Cod Cottage, Early Evening

Before the storm started and the sanders went out.

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Post by minniev » Tue Jan 30, 2018 2:00 pm

Matt Quinn wrote:
Mon Jan 29, 2018 1:49 am

Matt's 365-2: Get-Well Bouquet

A friend sent these to my wife to cheer her up after she broke her right shoulder last week. It works. MattphotoMentoris-19.jpg
Nice shot of beautiful flowers, glad you left these in color!!

I was thinking about ya'll yesterday while at the hospital with my son, who managed to break his leg over the weekend in a freak home accident. This is gonna be a challenge. Three little kids, frantic wife and a very grumpy daddy.
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Post by minniev » Tue Jan 30, 2018 2:04 pm

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Tue Jan 30, 2018 3:34 am
Beautiful and inviting. There is something so appealing about a photo that shows the warm lights of a cozy house in the blue light of a winter evening or morning. Thomas Kinkade has made a fortune from that emotional response, and Currier and Ives before him.
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Post by LindaShorey » Tue Jan 30, 2018 2:16 pm

Cape Cod home...so warm and inviting, with the window candles adding more "welcome." Great rock wall - so New England!!
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