The town of Milton, Ontario gets its name from the lumber mill that was built there almost two hundred years ago now. The mill itself may not be there anymore, but the pond that was created to power it - Mill Pond - remains, and today it's one of the centerpieces of downtown Milton with trees and parkland maintained all around. I was there last week, perhaps fifteen minutes before sunset, and the way the light played against the clouds and reflected into the pond like it was a perfect mirror... it's the sort of thing I don't see often. The sort of thing you'd expect to see on the front cover of a tourism brochure.
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