The "Laurentia" is a fully operational Belt Mill, originally built in 1890 and then called the "Ludolizawi", a combination of the names of the former owners.
It was changed in 1965 to "Laurentia" after a having a substantial restoration done to her.
The Laurentia is also a hell of a lot easier to pronounce after a few cocktails.
From what little research is out there about this mill, it appears it was named
"The Peoples Friend" mill.
Just a cross, nothing unusual really, except that it wasn't there on the overgrown hedges surrounding the brick base of the windmill to begin with, wasn't in any of the other shots I took that morning and there was nothing in the way of the shot that would reflect or throw off a shadow with this type of a shape to it.
So, just an interesting lens flare, or an Omen of things to come?.
I'm sure that there's a perfectly rational and scientific explanation for it, but what's the fun in that?.
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