Last week I posted some evening photos of Louisville's Crescent Hill Reservoir and the rather unexpected Gothic "castle" which serves as a gatehouse for the reservoir. Control valves for the reservoir are inside the gatehouse and determine the water level in the reservoir basin which is pumped in from the Ohio River. It is approximately one mile around and enjoyed by Louisvillians for walking, running and beautiful sunrises and sunsets.
Last week the gates were closed, but this week I got there in time to walk around the reservoir and get some closeups of the Gothic gatehouse which was built in 1879:
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Finally, I liked the way these leaves on the steps shone in the golden evening light:
Linking to: Macro Monday and Mosaic Monday