Bear Creek Mill, Rustburg, VA





Bear Creek Mill, Rustburg, VA
"Twitty's"

Gorgeous day, it was a bit humid, taken early July 2020, hubby was taking these pictures with his Android cell phone, i am so shocked by the great details, i feel they are way better than when i use my camera. i am curious why or how??! Are we moving toward the day that we will only use cell phones for picture or what?? ...when we were "grist mill hunting", my hubby was on a roll ...he is really having a ball trying to hunt down ones we have taken the time to drive 2. Being that we are at home, trying to "social distances" from others ...he has been working a schedule of working Wednesday to Sunday ... off Monday and Tuesday ...so we get out there on our new weekend times. It really is less folks, because a lot of folks are home or at least going to their offices. 

Thank you for stopping by. Hope you are well. Take Care. Beth ( ; 

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello,

Your phone takes gorgeous photos. I love these old mills. It is great to find so many, you do visit some awesome places. Take care, enjoy your day. Have a great new week!
Jenn Jilks said…
Our cell phone doesn't take anything near as good as these photos!
Ruth Hiebert said…
These are great pictures. I find that many times the phones do a great job.
This N That said…
Pretty little grist mill. I think cell phones are more convenient and you usually have them with you. The pictures are almost good camera quality. Happy Sunday
Maggid said…
I truly enjoy your travels.
You show me lots of things i did not know about - places i have not seen . . . You cause my heart to dream . . .

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

-g-
Linda said…
Going places during the week is a great way to avoid crowds.

Today I posted pics of Graves Chapel. We went there on Tuesday, inspired by your posts. (THANK YOU!)
Barbara Rogers said…
Yes, phone cameras can take great scenery shots. I find closeups of things and people are somewhat skewed though. Glad to find your blog and start to see what you post! That creek must have been re-routed so the mill is dry. I also love seeing the waterwheels.

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