Saugus Water Wheel

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    We were looking for a historical marker about my sister-in-law's ancestor when we found this old historical iron works. Turned out he was famous for constantly filing lawsuits against them for stealing all the water and polluting it back in the 1700s. We did finally find the historical marker just a few miles away from here.

    The added texture is a photo I took of dried cracked beach sand.

    Charlie Chapman 75, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Back in the Florida Keys 30 months ago | reply

      Excellent processing. Love the texture...

    2. FOR1972 30 months ago | reply

      Nice Shot!

    3. StoryWorks ~ Suzette.desertskyblue~Mostly Away 30 months ago | reply

      Beautifully vintage... I love how you've processed this...I love all the texture in the weathered wood!

    4. Charlie Chapman 75 30 months ago | reply

      Great find and very nice processing!
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    5. HLazyJ - Susan Humphrey 30 months ago | reply

      What a great shot Scott, I love the treatment!!

    6. Krista Funk's Photos 30 months ago | reply

      That's a neat find even without the history attached. Well photographed and processed!

    7. QC52 30 months ago | reply

      I'm always amazed at the ingenuity of some of these old works. Wasn't it Newton that made the comment about standing on the shoulders of giants. Whose shoulders did these guys stand on! Neat capture!

    8. Anna_Soffia 30 months ago | reply

      I love the glowing tone

    9. simon james_f 30 months ago | reply

      Well shot Scott. Great textures and toning.

    10. Maurizio51( nonno bis) 30 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful shot! Great processing!

    11. antelope reflection 30 months ago | reply

      Wonderful tones and texture. You did a great job of processing this one.

    12. Mohammed Al Mahdi 30 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot !!!!!

    13. Bachspics 30 months ago | reply

      I like the color, tones, texture and detail. Kudos...

    14. IronRodArt - Royce Bair ("Star Shooter") 30 months ago | reply

      You traveled quite a ways for this great image! Love the post work.

    15. Sportracephoto 30 months ago | reply

      very ages.. nice texture work Scott.. cool catch

    16. Jo Evans1 - on and off for a while - so busy! 30 months ago | reply

      Great find and capture - super processing too

    17. Northern Wolf Photography 30 months ago | reply

      You weren't far from where I live, just a couple towns over. What's really interesting is that I've never need here. Nice capture.

    18. Chad Dutson 30 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot! And love the ancestral story! There are always little "treasures" to find when researching! Nice!

    19. SpokaneScene 30 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot in deed, good story also.

    20. www.andrewwaddington.com 30 months ago | reply

      The added texture is a photo I took of dried cracked beach sand

      Wow you sure know how to process.

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