As I was driving around on the dirt roads I spotted this dilapidated ruin and wind mill. The place was abandoned but the water was sweet and good. I wondered how many families lived here and shared love, joy and also tears.
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Aug 14, 2008 7:07:55 amby tennesseecowgirl Homepage »
Splendid, I can just see you out there, camera in hand, with a big smile watching this beautiful sky. You sure have the talent to show off the beauty of your surroundings. I've always had a 'thing' for windmills, I guess because they are so rare. There is one in my home town that is in the loveliest setting, I will have a to get a picture of it next time I am home, sure hope its still there. Love this one Piet well done~~
Aug 14, 2008 8:46:41 amby Meisiekind Homepage »
I look at this image and I feel that I want to say something poetic, but nothing is forthcoming right at this moment. It is a poetic scene though Piet - everything about it - from the dramatic skies to the humble dwelling (ruin) and the ever present windmill. What a wonderful image to show off the SA countryside. This is a magnificent image and wonderful work. Congrats my friend, I still have soooooo much to learn from you. :)