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Friday, February 28, 2014

House and Pump in B&W



15 comments:

  1. These pics could very well have been taken in Minnesota. If you wanted water at my grandmother's farm, you had to go pump the well. A big barrel caught rainwater for washing. The "good ol' days"! :)

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    1. Many Midwestern farms had a windmill over the well so that wind was used to pump water. It's missing on this pump.

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    2. Could be anywhere from MN through MT, these shots are really getting a sense of the region. I love the landscape/architecture out there but have never gotten out to shoot there in winter.

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  2. I guess that's the cold mid-west. Luckily Berkshire, UK, is a little warmer at this time of the year.

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  3. Great winter shots. Greetings from the Central Europe. Here is the spring . Earlier than usual..

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  4. Great B&W shots of the old houses!

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  5. So why do I shiver when I look at your February photos from the Dakotas?

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  6. Beautiful B&W renditions here. These would be pictures I would have printed. Nice work!!

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  7. Wonderful photos in B&W! Especially I like the first one.

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  8. Two great, timeless photos. Love the pump!

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  9. timeless, that was my first thought too.

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