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The Old Gristmill
Photo By Steve Sheinfeld

  • Title: The Old Gristmill
  • State/Province/Region: Massachusetts
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Wayside Inn in Wayland, MA
  • Nearest Town: Sudbury
  • Brief Directions: Longfellow's Wayside Inn · 72 Wayside Inn Road · Sudbury, MA 01776
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: The oldest working Grist Mill in the United States is a place I would go to growing up due to the many trails through the surrounding woods that led to the Gristmill. On this November day, I went there before the funeral of a friend to listen to the hypnotic sound of the never ending water flow through the mill.
  • Gear: D300 Nikkor 50mm
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Keywords:  Monuments
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