Cooling Tower by onewing

Cooling Tower

This is a cooling tower for the electricity generator which powered John Brown’s Richmond Vale Colliery. Now in a state of disrepair and rust setting in, but I think it still looks beautiful with the reflection on the water.

Today's main album photo
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it does look beautiful - gorgeous reflection
June 14th, 2014  
Great reflection..
June 14th, 2014  
It's a stunner Babs!!!! Even if it is in disrepair!
June 14th, 2014  
A beautiful shot -- love the reflections and the stark contrast between the angular metalwork and the soft round water- lily leaves ! It has worked beautifully Babs --and a fav !
June 14th, 2014  
Kat
Beautiful shot. Absolutely love the reflections and the water lily in the foreground offsetting it. Fav. :)
June 14th, 2014  
Great image.
June 14th, 2014  
The reflections are just stunning, how still the water is. Fav :-)
June 14th, 2014  
This must have been a busy place when the colliery was in full swing.....shame as it still looks all there. Beautiful POV Babs.
June 14th, 2014  
fantastic reflection :) great photo :)
June 14th, 2014  
Love the reflections and lily pads as much as the cooling tower itself. It looks excellent upside down too! ( no it didn't reach me the wrong way, I swizzled myself round )
June 14th, 2014  
A wonderful reflection Babs. I am enjoying your rust theme.
June 14th, 2014  
Stunning reflection.
June 14th, 2014  
Wonderful reflection. Great Hunter Valley history!
June 14th, 2014  
Great reflection, it must have been a nice still day.
June 14th, 2014  
Wonderful reflection, love the lily pads too.
June 14th, 2014  
neat industry vs nature image.
June 14th, 2014  
Wonderful capture and fabulous reflection Babs...Fav
June 14th, 2014  
Great reflections!
June 14th, 2014  
Love a reflection Babs, and this is a great one :)
June 14th, 2014  
Could almost flip this on Babs...excellent clarity and reflection!
June 14th, 2014  
Fabulous shot love the refections so clear fav
June 15th, 2014  
Upside down, or downside up? Whatever, I love this shot and the wonderful reflections.
June 15th, 2014  
Super reflections. Great find
June 15th, 2014  
@annied @julzmaioro @gigiflower @beryl @darthkitty @wanabe @hermann @happypat @onlyme111 @chimfa @888rachel @leestevo @tomtom @karlow75 @dianeburns @blueberry1222 @tonygig @quietpurplehaze @lpot1985 @eyesmile @tracelee @golftragic @kathiecb Thanks so much for all your lovely comments and favs. It was such a still day with no wind which made the reflections so much better, but iot was a bit on the chilly side. The site was open to the public and we could see all the buildings behind this one. A guide told us all about the history so interesting. I had to take this shot through a fence though as it would have been a bit dangerous for children with the water.
June 15th, 2014  
fantastic job!! love the reflections
June 15th, 2014  
@lafish Thanks Laurie.
June 15th, 2014  
Great reflection shot!
June 15th, 2014  
Best image of Fin Fan Coolers I've ever seen Babs, beautiful reflection, lighting and framing;)
June 15th, 2014  
Very pretty. I love reflections!
June 16th, 2014  
Lovely patterns and reflections. Well spotted.
June 16th, 2014  
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