Abandoned Waterwheel Luxulyan Valley Cornwall

Richard Brookes

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Abandoned Waterwheel Luxulyan Valley Cornwall Photograph

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Manzanita, OR - United States

This is so enchanting, absolutely perfect capture!

Richard Brookes replied:

Thank you so much Michelle. It is an enchanting place!

Chicago, IL - United States

Congrats! This photo has been featured on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites group on FAA/Pixels. • • • You are invited to archive your photo at the following Discussion Topic: https://fineartamerica.com/groups/1-unesco-world-heritage-sites.html?showmessage=true&messageid=4504216

Richard Brookes replied:

Many thanks Nisah, appreciate the feature!

Herne Bay, Ke - United Kingdom

Featured in Nostalgic Images - Great Image. Richard.

Richard Brookes replied:

Many thanks Richard, that's much appreciated!

Bracebridge, ON - Canada

Cool image!

Richard Brookes replied:

Thank you Andrew!

Phoenix, AZ - United States

Very intriguing! lf

Richard Brookes replied:

Thank you Elizabeth, it is. The whole Valley is full of overgrown remnants of a bygone age using only water or steam powered engineering. A fascinating place!

Ivoryton, CT - United States

great image!

Richard Brookes replied:

Thank you for your generous comment Deb!

Waynesboro, PA - United States

Love the image and thank you for including the history! l/f

Richard Brookes replied:

Thank you Jane, that's really appreciated! I like to research places before and after I visit so that I have a better understanding of what I'm looking at and photographing. Also it helps you understand the surrounding landscape and often it leads to other interesting things nearby that otherwise would have been missed.

North Texas, TX - United States

Wow! Love this image of old machinery and your history in detail is wonderful! l/f

Richard Brookes replied:

Many thanks Gaby, I'm so pleased you like it!

Pahrump, NV - United States

Now that's cool. Quite an amazing contraption! L/F

Richard Brookes replied:

Thank you Jane, yes it is. The Victorians certainly built things to last. Those are pretty big chunks of metal which they had to haul up a fairly remote steep sided valley.

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