Netflix Killed My Adventure: The weather cleared, the sun came out and I took off yesterday afternoon to an old mill ruins that was on the drone's dance card. Shown below in an earlier photo, it's been on my photography wish list for some time now but was always posted, fenced, private property. The best I could do was photograph from the fence around the place, as shown in the earlier photo below. When I got to the mill remains, the place was jammed with cars, trucks, vans and hundreds of people both in the space above and more milling around outside the fence. When I tried to get a photograph of the melee, a very polite policeman asked me to not take any pictures and move ASAP. Another man wearing some ID badge around his neck told me I should come back later as they were about to film and I was in a space that needed to be empty. They were filming a movie and the production looked more like mass confusion with people running around everywhere. With no other parking spaces, anywhere near this place, I left. This morning, I happened to find this in the Milford News: UPDATED: Hollywood comes to Uxbridge: Bernat Mill site buzzing with activity The long-vacant, fire-wrecked ruins of the Bernat Mill buzzed with activity Thursday afternoon. Cars and trucks drove in and out of the cracked parking lot. Thick cables ran close to the old building and beneath weatherproof tiles, and trailers and electrical equipment backed into a corner of the property. Shooting locations haven’t been released, but Uxbridge officials confirmed that Netflix is filming a movie in town, the title of which is still under wraps. - More at source. Now I understand why they asked me not to take and pictures and then shooed me away. This is supposed to be a hush-hush. Keeping an army of cars, trucks, trailers, people, cables, and lights secret is no easy task. Today's explorations, if any, will not be anywhere near that area.