Sunset behind the old Hayden Flour Mill in Tempe

Saturday night I went out for a little photowalk of downtown Tempe and started the little excursion by climbing up A-Mountain to watch the sunset over the city.

This building on the right is a 100+ year old structure called the Hayden Flour Mill which began construction in 1872. You can read all about it on the Tempe.gov website.

It was a great night for a sunset and I’ll post a few more later this week. I also have another shot of the flour mill after dark, but I just could not find a way inside the perimeter fences. I’d be too terrified to go inside at night anyways *grin*

It definitely begs for some external HDR exploration, but it’s hard to get too close.

7 replies
  1. Mike
    Mike says:

    Sabrina, thanks so much for stopping by and the wonderful comment!

    I have another one coming this week, I think I like it better than this one, we’ll see 🙂

  2. Mike
    Mike says:

    Andrew,

    It’s an HDR photo…do you know anything about them? If not, I’d Google it for a lot information than I can give you in a short comment 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by!

    Mike

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