The latest outing of the Camera Club was on Monday the 3rd of July to Lumsden Valley. The valley is stepped in history and at one time supported a lead melting forge, dyeing / bleaching factory and a sawmill. The shells of some of the building are still in evidence, but overgrown and derelict, if you look closely at the waterfalls you can see where the waterfalls were located, the wheels powered the various factories. Someone had set up a working model of a waterwheel, which was churning away and by the time we made our way back to our vehicles the mindless morons had destroyed the wheel set up.
From the club members perspective it was nice to try and catch the water
movement over the falls.