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    Default Jerusalem Mill Village

    Located in Kingsville, Maryland Jerusalem Mill is the sight of a former gristmill, blacksmith shop, and once a manufacturer of gun stocks. The Jericho covered bridge is also in the area which is believed to be haunted. There are several miles of trails running along the Gunpowder that are good for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. There are reenactments here in the warmer months.






























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    Bugger you're good. Well done-- especially the macros-- HO-LEE!
    Can't even pick a favorite.

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    I have no words for how badass all those pictures are.

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    You seriously need to teach a photography class.
    Failure is not defeat unless you stop trying.

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    wow, refreshingly good!
    the photos all have a very crisp, clean look to them.
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    a much needed change of pace for this forum. awesome job - and thanks.
    leave the gun, take the canoli.

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    Nice.










    any interiors?
    - has never been arrested for "Moapery"... just for the record.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Neighborhood Watch View Post
    I have no words for how badass all those pictures are.
    I am similarly speechless. Stunning set of photos!
    Work. Buy. Consume. Die.

    -Otep

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    Thanks!

    The interior does not have a whole lot going on, the downstairs area is more of a museum of the area and the actual "mill" features have been taken out.

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    Damned nice shots. The macros are definitely sweet. And the sky in number two, wow.

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    That second one made me smile as soon as I saw it - makes me think of when it was warmer outside...oh how I miss nice weather!

    Also, that macro of the leaf if gorgeous! Such vibrant color and detail!

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    Woah. That's awesome.

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    Love the pictures. My favorite is the blade of grass with the drops of water. Simply amazing

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    Amazing, amazing set! Youve captured those trees fantastically! Very well done

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    Very nice. The black and white of the solitary tree is fan-freaking-tastic.

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