Friday, October 16, 2009

The Old Water Pump

When the well is dry, we know the worth of water

~ Benjamin Franklin ~

Hi my friends,

Thanks for the kind comments to my raven photo series from yesterday.

He was cute, isn't it?

I have nothing to exciting to tell you today, life is "normal" as usual - and good! Come by tomorrow again, visit me and stay as long as you like, stroll down and go to my archives or older posts to see there more of my work in photography.

And don't forget, Christmas is coming soon! My new Calendars 2010 with photos of my recent travels across this beautiful country are capturing a lot of great places. They are ALL up to buy now and I'm sure, they'll make a nice present for a loved one or for yourself or for your office.

Check it out and order soon.

Thank you so much! Buy one and you'll make me happy too :)

Have a wonderful day!



Marcie said...

Wonderful detail. Love the color!!!

RennyBA's Terella said...

Lovely pics of the old gathering place!

Btw: I'm sorry I have not been around that much lately, but have been working hard to find a way so that we could meet. Now It's official and I've planned hard for it: Oslo Blog Gathering 2010 - I do hope you can come and also encourage your other blog friends to participate!

DianeCA said...

I just love old water pumps, I remember when I was little we had one by a campground we used and we thought it was so much fun to pump water for use in our camper. I think you should enlarge your photo exploration to Scandinavia next year...are you sure you won't be able to join us????

Dr Prahallad Panda said...

Very nice as usual.

Julie said...

I love the color of the rust. The last time i saw a water pump was back at the PI in my mom's old farm.

Anonymous said...

Love the photo! The quote is perfect for it too.

The Retired One said...

I loved the turquoise color of this old pump.Great photo!


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