The Darby Waterwheel was one of the first hydro electric plants on the Hood Canal. It was built in 1923 and was rebuilt in 1927 after being destroyed in a storm. it power the Darby house and a few other houses until about 1940. It sat, hidden in the woods, for decades before a local conservation group moved to it's current roadside location and brought it back to life.
I had driven past it many times but never had the time to shoot it until last weekend. hopefully during the summer it can get some direct sunlight during the sunrise or sunset and I can shoot it with some direct golden sunlight and freeze wheel.