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Windmill

Uploaded by: pincollector1

Tuesday May 7, 2013

Bridgetown, Barbados

Caption: This is the only intact sugar mill in Barbados. The Morgan Lewis Windmill is located in the northern parish of St. Andrew overlooking the eastern coastline of the island and the lush Scotland District. Morgan Lewis is one of the only two intact and restored sugar mills in the Caribbean. The other is at Betty's Hope Estate on the island of Antigua. Maintained by the Barbados National Trust, the mill includes an exhibit of the equipment used to produce sugar at the time when the industry was run by windpower generated from mills such as this one. From December to April, the Barbados National Trust demonstrates grinding of sugar canes at Morgan Lewis. The resulting cane juice is absolutely delicious!

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3. pincollector1
10:12 PM GMT on May 08, 2013
Hi Jeans and Fawnriverrockroad:

Thank you very much. Ron
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2. jeans
8:53 PM GMT on May 08, 2013
Quoting fawnriverrockroad:
This is interesting and educational! nice shot!

I agree!
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1. fawnriverrockroad
8:45 PM GMT on May 08, 2013
This is interesting and educational! nice shot!
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About pincollector1

I am a professional photographer living in Winnipeg, Canada. My special interests are people and nature photography. I have been taking pictures for over 35 years. Winnipeg has a very agreeable climate in the Spring, Summer and Fall. Winters can be quite cold especially in January. No matter what season, picture taking opportunities in Winnipeg are excellent.

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