West Virginia Foliage Tour 2020 – 4 – Grist Mill at Babcock

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Landscape, Photography

Glade Creek Grist Mill at Babcock State Park is a popular photo spot that usually draws many photographers in spring and autumn especially latter. It is popular in the fall for the colors surrounded the mill if the timing is right. However, the water in the creek is normally low sometimes even bone dry. That was the case for my previous trip. However, I really got luck out this time, not only was there the brilliant fall colors in the background but high water level showing the water fall in the foreground.

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8 thoughts on “West Virginia Foliage Tour 2020 – 4 – Grist Mill at Babcock”

  1. shungphotography says:

    Thank you so much and delighted you enjoyed these pictures. We really had good time for the wonderful “outing” especially seeing the beautiful foliage. The mill is a popular photo spot and we had our timing right, believe or not, it is a working mill (for show). Best to you, Stephen

  2. Mingche Li says:

    Keihong,
    These water mill’s pictures are exquisite. Their settings and mixed of textured old mill, water, foliage, and rocks are spectacular! Good job. Really enjoy them. I would say the second picture from top with golden foliage really stands out!
    Mingche

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you, Mingche, delighted you enjoyed these gristmill photos. Yes, we got our timing right to capture these extraordinary scene. It’s a popular photo spots.

  3. These are stunning! If you’d ever consider submitting some of your work for publication, Dixie State University has an online literary journal and is currently open for submissions.

    You can check us out at https://www.r7review.com/. The deadline to submit this year is November 6th.

    We are in dire need of fiction and nonfiction submissions like this. We also accept memoirs, audio recordings, visual art, book reviews, multimedia (video/audio), photography, etc.

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you so much! It sounds interesting about your suggestion. I’m going to take a look and may submit something. I have toured most of Utah’s National Parks in the past several years (by the way, Utah is my most favorite state in America Southwest) do you think the University may be interested in seeing some of these images? — Stephen

  4. This must be a great place to walk around, the autumn colors are magnificant and you picture immediately got my full attention.

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you! It’s a beautiful place to walk around anytime of the year, especially in autumn with vivid fall colors.

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