Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Buildings in the Morning

Still posting those early Sunday photos, when I parked downtown, I found myself opposite the house of the former mill owner, back in the day. The lights added a nice dimension.

At one time, if I recall correctly from our walking tour last summer, the owner/residents were the grandparents of Roy Brown, the flying ace credited with shooting down the Red Baron. Brown lived just around the corner.



Back in those days, owners liked to live near to their companies as noisy as they might be. The Boulton Brown Mill was directly across the street from the house: now condos, of course.



Looking in the opposite direction, I took a photo of town hall.



I also tried a few wide angle shots from below town hall, looking up. They didn't work out as well as I had hoped, but it was interesting to try.



6 comments:

Jim Flack said...

You live in such a beautiful town. You must have a very caring population to keep it so lovely. The home of the mill owner is a sight to behold. And, of course, you captured it perfectly in your lens and with your "super eye for photos."

Marie Smith said...

It as a great photo shoot AC.

Joanne Noragon said...

My kind of pictures. Great shooting.

Elizabeth Varadan, Author said...

Beautiful pictures. I love those old stone buildings. So much character, and they seem to just reek history.

Mage said...

I agree with Jim. What a charming place to live. Such beautiful story telling to go with the delightful images too.
Thanks for sharing these with us.

Jenn Jilks said...

I like these old buildings!