One of my favorite spots in Central Kentucky is the old Weisenberger mill near Midway. The mill has been in operation since 1863. The location of the mill on Elkhorn Creek, nestled between two horse farms makes it a popular tourist attraction.

On the day I took these pictures, the sun was shining very brightly, so once again, I screwed my trusty polarizing filter on the end of my lens. I had the ISO on 400 and the F-stop set at 11 on AV setting.

This fence was made using old grinding wheels. It borders the farm across the road from the mill.

Taking your camera with you everywhere you go is a must. This trip to the mill was not planned. Had I not had my camera, I would have missed these shots.

Have fun 🙂