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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Wordless Wednesday - Autumnal Flour Grinder

Moulton Windmill, Lincolnshire

Sharing with Wordless Wednesday.

Take care. 

♥ Chel ♥ 

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23 comments:

  1. A real old fashioned wind mill. That's neat.

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  2. Hi Chel, I love windmills and we have some out in the Hamptons of Long Island, NY! This is so pretty and thanks for sharing. Julie

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  3. Nice shot! Love the perspective looking up.

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    1. It certainly does Sue and it's delicious in cakes and bread. http://www.moultonwindmill.co.uk/news_85909.html

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  5. What a stunning photo of a really beautiful windmill.

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  6. What a great photo of this flour mill. I love the blue sky!

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  7. Fabulous windmill, Chel. :o)

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  8. Wow! That's awesome Chel....just gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing...:) Hope your week is going well.

    Blessings, Vicky
    Life On Willie Mae Lane

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  9. What a beautiful and interesting photo! I'd love to see that in person.

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  10. Beautiful windmill- love those multi-paned windows and the stone facade. xo Hugs - K

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  11. This looks amazing! I'll bet it sounds amazing inside too if it still grinds the wheat. Enjoy your week Chel! Wendy x

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  12. Awesome windmill.. :) LOve the shot!

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here.

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  13. Nothing dark and satanic about that - great picture!

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  14. Lovely! We bought some flour from there on our last visit earlier this year - we also visited a friend who is in the care home behind the mill:)

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  15. Your picture make it look so high I get dizzy. Beautiful.

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  16. That is a really gorgeous photo.
    Marianne x

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  17. I#ve never seen one of these. I bet that it's amazing to see how they work. The photo is brilliant and the angle is just perfect to let you see all of the windmill. Love it!
    Rosie

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  18. I love old windmills - this is a great shot Chel.

    Mary

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  19. Ah this reminds me of scenes of Holland. When I was little I used to be fascinated by them.

    Jen

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  20. What a lovely blog you have, Chel. Happy to have found you through a comment you left on Muddy Boot Dreams. xo Laura

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