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About The Mill

Located in Smeaton, an area well known for it’s fertile volcanic soils and goldmining past the Mill was built in two sections.

Construction for the five storey flour Mill commenced in 1861, and was operational within 6 months. The Oat section of the Mill was completed by the following harvest.

Outbuildings such as the stables, grain store and bluestone office were added later as the operation expanded. , where the early pioneer Captain Hepburn also operated a flour Mill

The water wheel was developed from designs by John Smeaton and the patterns cast locally in Ballarat at Hunt and Opie’s Victoria Foundry.

Water was leased from Hepburn Lagoon, about 5km from the Mill, then released into Birch Creek before being channelled into the water race to turn the huge wheel.

The amount of water required depended on what product was being processed. The person operating the release gates at Hepburn Lagoon would be asked to release ‘half oats water’ or ‘full flour water’ for the shift’s operation.

Source Andersons Mill:

Technique: HDR 15 bracketted exposures, tonemapped in Photomatix then converted in Photoshop Elements, Silver Effex Pro

Equipment – Nikon D300, 18-200 mm

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Philip Johnson is a Photographer located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Specialising in HDR photography his works have been shown in galleries,published in Tourism campaigns. His work will also be available as Jig Saws through Crown & Andrews

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Comments

  • RobynLee
    RobynLeeover 1 year ago

    Great Pic;I love the mood of it!

  • Aase
    Aaseover 1 year ago

    Wonderful capture!

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 1 year ago

    Well produced Philip – you’ve caught the era so well with the processing.

  • Eileen McVey
    Eileen McVeyover 1 year ago

    Very nice. A favorite for the mystical treatment.

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 1 year ago

    Wonderful work Philip …

  • vilaro Images
    vilaro Imagesover 1 year ago

    Great processing Philip, very apt.

  • peaky40
    peaky40over 1 year ago

    Beautiful work Philip!

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