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Yates Mill County Park, North Carolina



"Yates Mill County Park", Raleigh, North Carolina. 174 acres park. Lots of hiking trails. Misty day. What we were guessing was an engagement photos as well as a family portrait time happened while we were visiting this mill. The engagement photo would be in the upper left of photo #1 and lower right of the same photo would be the family portrait. Beth just really wanted a shot of the mill, excuse me folks, could you please move?? Nope, they were totally in their own worlds, not realizing that others wanted shots of the mill without them in them. Some folks are clueless. Sorry, I am not trying to be a booger, but when I take photos, I jump in ... take some shots, rapid fired off real quick and then I get the heck out way. Other people these days just don't seem that kind? Why is that??!! 

Thank you kindly for stopping by, I appreciate you time. Have a great day!  Beth ( ;

Comments

TexWisGirl said…
gosh, beautiful mill!!! with or without silly folk...
Sharon said…
Believe me, I've photoshopped my fair share of people out of pictures because they just wouldn't move. Sure is a cool mill though.
eileeninmd said…
Hello, it is a beautiful mill and great photos even with the people. I like the reflection! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
Missy George said…
I just love old mills..postcard picture for sure..
Linda Kay said…
Love the old mill and it's gray sides.
William Kendall said…
Quite a beautiful building.
Bev said…
The building is beautiful!!
lynn cockrell said…
This place looks like a great place to spend some time. I adore old buildings and old mill houses, in particular. Your pictures are beautiful. The one with the reflection of the mill in the pond is wonderful and the water is as smooth as a mirror! I haven't done much blogging lately and I'm glad I caught this great post today!

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