Gruene, TX is a sleepy little town (and I mean little) that sits south of Austin, but it is a nice place and possesses a lot of historic charm. One of the main attractions there is The Grist Mill, which is a restaurant housed in the old mill, situated above the Guadalupe River. This shot is near the main entrance. I just liked the tattered old look of the door and wall, with the bright "Open" sign on it. It seemed like quite a contrast to me, as if they were trying to cover up the age of the place. Anyways, just something that caught my eye.
This is a single exposure, taken at f/5.6 and 0ev. I made some adjustments in PSE around Contrast and a little pop in Topaz Adjust. If you get a chance, get down there sometime and enjoy the views over the river!