A window and tin siding of the Harrington Grist Mill in the Town of Harrington in Oxford County. This historic mill was in operation from 1846-1966. In 1966, the Upper Thames Region Conservation Authority bought it. In 1999 the Harrington Community Club took on the on-going project of restoring the mill to be a functional museum. The mill sits on the Harrington Conservation Area with a mill pond and dam.
I really like this. I think its the combination of colourful rusty tones and textures, the parallel lines of the corrugated iron and the off-centre position of the rotting window frame. Nice work.
I agreed with “steviegill”. You have got all these ingredients together. Well done.
thanks very much YC!
Very nice, Sheila – the faint blue of the reflected sky makes it – good stuff! Adrian
thanks Adrian – the blue was a big part of what attracted me to this window.