Recently I took a quick trip to Ohio to visit YM Camera in Boardman. If you haven’t heard of the place or haven’t visited it yet I would highly recommend them. Robbie and the staff are amazing and they really take care of their customers.
So after my visit to YM Camera I visited Lanterman’s Mill Creek Park to photograph Lanterman’s Mill and a covered bridge.
Lanterman’s Mill was built-in 1845-46 and then restored in the early 1980’s. The mill operates today as it did originally grinding corn, wheat, and buckwheat. I was there a little to late in the day to see the mill in operation but I am planning a return visit to tour the inside of the mill.
So here are a few photos of the mill and covered bridge. If your ever in the area I would definitely recommend stopping by both the mill and YM Camera.
Sometimes I just enjoy taking a ride through the country side. And you never know what you might come across on one of those rides. On this particular ride deep in the woods on a small road I came across an interesting structure that I’m assuming is a spring of some sort. Maybe you can tell me what it is?
A few days ago I found myself out and about in the mountains. I was driving in the Ohiopyle area and somehow, don’t ask me how, I ended up in Somerset, Pa. On the way home I dropped by the Lower Humbert Bridge. This is a covered bridge built in 1891. Below are three photos from different angles. Hope you enjoy.
Just enjoying the view of winter.
Today we take a look down river from Cucumber Falls on the Youghiogheny River. I love the way the water gets that green tint to it in the winter. #2eightphotography
Tonight we revisit Cucumber Falls in Ohiopyle, Pa. This is one of my favorite local falls and since it’s just a few minutes from my house I’ll be posting several photos over the course of this year.
Hope you enjoy this one.