An Icon of West Virginia

by | Aug 22, 2013 | Impressive Places | 0 comments

Glade Creek Grist Mill, West Virginia

2076_Danese-West Virginia-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 93 mm, 0.6 sec at f - 22, ISO 50

My brother Jonathan and I stopped in at Babcock State Park, West Virgnia on our way back from the CAPTURE North Carolina workshop. Though I had driven past it by less than twenty minutes away dozens of times, I had never taken the time to visit. As is usual, I was surprised at how easily accessible and well developed it was. I guess all the photographers who took the photographs that I’d seen of the Glad Creek Grist Mill think the same way I do: eliminate distractions and preserve the feeling of 18th century West Virginia.

2070_Danese-West Virginia-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 24 mm, 1-50 sec at f - 5.0, ISO 200

So, if you’re ever driving through the heart of West Virginia, I heartily recommend you take the time to stop by this beautiful park to enjoy the well-preserved icon of our West Virginia heritage


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