Photography The Old Well Pump September 7, 2020 / 19 Comments September 2020 Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
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! 🙂
Love old rusty things, and the colors in this make it superb.
Wonderful shot, I love the colors, the topic and the sensations that it produce
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.
It has a cobweb on it. It hasn’t been used in a while.
The well pump is very old school. It’s difficult to spot one of these nowadays.
The ground it sits on is all dry. I feel bad for the pump 🙁
The pump has so much rust. I wonder how old it is.
I must say the pump looks very well built. It’s a pity it can no longer be used.
You captured a lot of fine details in this shot. Amazing job as usual!
I have come to expect nothing but perfection in your photos. This one very much meets the expectation.
I rarely see such pumps in use anymore. Technology has come a long way.
I wish I knew how the pump operates. It’s very interesting.
An all metallic pump. That’s what I call built to last.
A true blast from the past. This pump is like a relic.
I don’t know nothing about this old well pump. I wonder if it still works or not.
I know nothing about this old well pump. I want to know if it still works or not.
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I wish the pump will be properly restored. The pump may have been used properly by those people around it.
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.