Mills: Landscape Photography

Mills powered by water still stand today as graceful reminders of the past. Our readers share photography of mills amidst scenic country landscapes.

Landscape photography of Hyde’s Mill.

Mills: Landscape Photography

Built in 1850, Hyde’s Mill is surrounded by lush woodlands in Iowa County, Wisconsin. Photography by Gene Casten.

Landscape photography of a snow-covered mill

Mills: Landscape Photography

Photo of snow-covered mill. Water continues to flow beneath Glade Creek Grist Mill despite the fallen snow. Photography by T.R. McClellan.

Landscape photography of Glade Creek Grist Mill.

Mills: Landscape Photography

Babcock State Park’s most famous landmark, Glade Creek Grist Mill, sits surrounded by autumn splendor. Photography by Marty Miller.

Landscape Photography of Lanterman’s Mill.

Mills: Landscape Photography

The waters of mill creek once powered Lanterman’s Mill in Boardman, Ohio. Photography by Leanne Sinicropi.

Landscape photography of a mill.

Mills: Landscape Photography

The Old Mill in Arkansas was built in 1933 and featured in the film Gone With the Wind. Photography by Kylie Cherie Savard.

Landscape Photography of Dells Mill.

Mills: Landscape Photography

Water still powers the Dells Mill, which is the oldest one in operation in Wisconsin. Photography by Cindy Mansur.

    Water powered the mills that ground corn and wheat into flour. Today these mills sit silent as reminders of our agricultural past.

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