It’s All Grist for the Mill, Spotted at Kymulga Grist Mill

Art Photography

I went to the Kymulga Grist Mill, Childersburg, AL, as the final outing for my photo class. I made sure to bring Spotted so I could squeeze in a blog post. Proving that everything is grist for the blogging mill. Spotted is standing in one of the turbines used at Kymulga. The mill used horizontal underwater turbines rather than the picturesque vertical water wheel I was expecting. More efficient.

The assignment was 4-6 unedited photos. I went one over b/c I couldn’t decide among the 3 door pix. For class, the photos were submitted straight out of the camera. For the blog, I renamed, resized, watermarked, and added a border. No other editing.

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

Categories: history, Photography, Spotted

3 replies »

  1. @Joan. Thank you.

    @debandtoby. Yeah. I’m still figuring out how to balance a close-up of Spotted with a panorama of the scenic vista she is visiting. I get one or the other.

    Later, added the close up of Spotted. Maybe that’s the way to go. A wide angle for the view and a close-up for Spotted.

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