The Wayside Inn grist mill, constructed in 1924, was commissioned by Henry Ford. It was used mostly to grind corn, wheat, and rye. The mill still produces flour to this day for the restaurant at the Wayside Inn. This image was taken at sunrise in October, at the peak of foliage season.
Mike is a New Hampshire-based photographer specializing in landscapes. His images exude a sense of tranquility, mystery, and simplicity. These attributes are embodied in his business motto, Serenity in Landscapes.
In addition to photographing New England, Mike travels far and wide to capture diverse subjects. Consequently, his passion for photography spans across the Colorado Plateau, down the Southern Appalachian Mountains, and over to Europe.
Mike aims to capture nature at its best. For this reason, he prefers to photograph during the shoulder hours, as they often yield more drama. He is also passionate about night photography, perpetually in search of bright stars, a colorful Milky Way, and concentric star trails. In addition, he...
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