The Roblin Mill in Toronto, Ontario, Canada`s Black Creek Pioneer Village is actually a fully functional mill. Using a large water wheel as its power source and the various tools, grinding stones, etc. that were employed in the 19th century, it grinds wheat and other grains, which are then made into bread and other products in the village`s bakery and sold to visitors. I turned away for a moment from listening to the craftsperson explaining the milling operation, and noticed the pretty vine growing outside the window and the objects on the table in front of it. It made such an attractive picture that I couldn`t resisit actually taking a few of it. Shot with my Nikon D7000.