Sunday, October 28, 2012

Scav Hunt Sunday: Slater Mill

Good thing I got all these on Monday during our field trip, since I wound up on the couch with pneumonia by Monday night...good news is I am on the onto the hunt!

An old machine at Slater Mill used to make laces, they had it set up to make a lace with a funky pattern, which you can't see, but I just love this picture...

 A stone facade on a 200 year old building, so much character.

Part of the huge water wheel/turbine. It was moving at a pretty fast clip.

Love it.

I just loved the view from the mill of the sun sparkling on the Pawtucket River.
YourSundayBestScavenger Hunt Sunday

28 thoughts on the matter:

Karen @ away for the weekend said... {Reply}

Nice set of photos! I'm sorry about the pneumonia, hope you're feeling better soon!

Patti said... {Reply}

What a fun field trip! Great shots.
Continue to get better - pneumonia is absolutely the worst!

No Greater Love said... {Reply}

Oh sorry you have pneumonia. I am impressed you still did SHS. :) And I'm glad you did...I love these pictures. That sign is GREAT...I want one. I would love to see them make lace with that is a really cool looking photo. And the sparkle on that water is BEAUTIFUL. Can't wait to see your captures for next week. Feel better!!!!

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

Glad to hear that you are on the mend. Pneumonia is absolutely no fun!

I can see why you love that first shot. I love the colors of the different threads and it looks like such an interesting machine. :)

Stephanie said... {Reply}

Beautiful set of photos. The first one is a real winner!

Karen said... {Reply} all of your photos. But I don't love that you have pneumonia! Glad you're on the mend. Take care of yourself.

Katie said... {Reply}

These are all awesome! And that sign is too funny!!

I hope you are feeling better soon!

Patrice said... {Reply}

Nice shots, Tamar - love that loafer Sign!

Danelle said... {Reply}

So glad you're starting to feel better. I love your sign. I need one for my house!

Susan said... {Reply}

Glad to hear you're feeling better. That's tough getting such an intense illness.
The pattern shot I really like and think your take on rocks/stone is very clever. A view thru a window is such a nice way to frame a scene. Hope you continue to mend....and stay dry.

MG Atwood said... {Reply}

Yeah to feeling better! what a fun set. I love old mills. Pattern is great, but sparkle is my fav. Happy week to you.

Kim Stevens said... {Reply}

Fabulous set, love them all!! So glad that you are on the mend too!

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

I need that sign for my front door. :) LOVE your machine shot!

Holly said... {Reply}

Love your stones and sparkle pictures...beautiful!

Anne U @ hot coffee mama said... {Reply}

Great shots this week, I think signs is my favorite.

Saun said... {Reply}

LOL love your sign shot!

Kim C. said... {Reply}

So glad you are on the mend! I'm sure you are too! Love these images. Machine is really cool. Love the tree through the window. Sign is too funny. Love the sentiment. :). Stay dry and safe.

Andrea Dawn said... {Reply}

Hope you back to good health soon, Tamar. Good for you putting this together in spite of being so sick. My favourite is the first one with all of the spools of thread. Way cool!

Laura said... {Reply}

Love the motion of the machine pic!

Nicki said... {Reply}

Glad you are on the mend, lousy way to wrap up what looks like a nice field trip. Love the first shot of threads and enjoyed the Loafers not wanted sign.

Kathy said... {Reply}

Haha...I TOTALLY want that sign for myself!~ :) Glad you are feeling better!

Lynn @ UpCountry Olio said... {Reply}

That was such a fun field trip...loved that post. It's so great to see a few more shots of the old mill. Hope you bounce back fast!


Rachelle said... {Reply}

I really like those sewing bobbins. what a neat perspective.

Honey Mommy said... {Reply}

Your pattern shot is really nice. The spools of thread are interesting to look at. I also thought your sign was pretty funny.

Honey Mommy said... {Reply}

Ps. I forgot to say how much I like your sparkle shot ! I love the way you framed it inside the window.

EG CameraGirl said... {Reply}

Super collection and I love that you were able to find all five prompts in one place! I'm impressed!

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

Oh what great history!!! How fun

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Love your machine shot and the sparkle stands out. Thanks