Photography The Old Well Pump Posted on September 7, 2020September 5, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2020 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Tall Pine Trees (North Conway, New Hampshire, 2012) Next Post The Bridge (White Mountains National Forest, 2012) 19 thoughts on “The Old Well Pump” I love old pumps like this! It’s a shame that people – mostly kids – break the handles off of these. Still, makes for a great photo! 🙂 Loading... Reply Love old rusty things, and the colors in this make it superb. Loading... Reply Wonderful shot, I love the colors, the topic and the sensations that it produce Loading... Reply Definitely a rusty pump, but its still got nice colour and some life to it. The spider webs hanging off it show how it’s pretty seasoned, but not necessarily unusable. Loading... Reply It has a cobweb on it. It hasn’t been used in a while. Loading... Reply The well pump is very old school. It’s difficult to spot one of these nowadays. Loading... Reply The ground it sits on is all dry. I feel bad for the pump 🙁 Loading... Reply The pump has so much rust. I wonder how old it is. Loading... Reply I must say the pump looks very well built. It’s a pity it can no longer be used. Loading... Reply You captured a lot of fine details in this shot. Amazing job as usual! Loading... Reply I have come to expect nothing but perfection in your photos. This one very much meets the expectation. Loading... Reply I rarely see such pumps in use anymore. Technology has come a long way. Loading... Reply I wish I knew how the pump operates. It’s very interesting. Loading... Reply An all metallic pump. That’s what I call built to last. Loading... Reply A true blast from the past. This pump is like a relic. Loading... Reply I don’t know nothing about this old well pump. I wonder if it still works or not. Loading... Reply I know nothing about this old well pump. I want to know if it still works or not. Loading... Reply I wish the pump will be properly restored. The pump may have been used properly by those people around it. Loading... Reply The pump is done!!! As I see in these shots. The pump lever is gone so sadly it had seen better days. Restoration can be an option, I would love to see it. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.