This is another capture of Bevo Mill to add to the one I posted yesterday. I stood about 10 feet back for this one.
I've been looking for the right time to take this shot for months. Yesterday, the weather, the light, and the clouds were all just right so I jumped in the car and made it in time for this shot.
Bevo Mill is a landmark in South St. Louis. It was built by August Bush, Sr. in 1915, halfway between the brewery and Grant's farm (his home). His architects studied Flemish architecture to design an authentic Dutch windmill.
Nikon D80 w/10.5 Nikkor (handheld)
The original color image is pretty good, but the B&W version looks a lot more dramatic (I think).
This was converted in PS using Channel Mixer and then a selenium tone was added.