When I was out pedaling my bike on Monday morning, I spotted peonies in the park with the old MacArthur Mill behind. I resolved to return with camera and tripod. As it turned out, I remembered both but forgot the little thingamabobie that connects the camera to the tripod.
Without going into the whys and wherefores (for a change -- just to spare dear reader), pulling off the shot was problematic. But here are two results. The golden light of the westering sun was hitting the building, while most of the rest was in shade.
I took two other shots while I was there all the while under attack by voracious mosquitoes. The reflections were awesome that night, and I like this view of townhall framed by the trees.
I also took another of the [former] mill with the dam in the middle of the frame.