Inner workings


An up close look at the inner workings of the Hope Mill. This is the gear box which starts spinning when the water turbine runs. It then links up to the main drive shaft which runs the saw mill. Our guide said all of this equipment was original to the mill. It was quite an interesting demonstration. 

To see more monochrome shots, check out the Weekend in Black and White.

13 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

I just hope nobody gets a wrench in the gears!

Tricia said...

boy, they look mean, like they could grind an arm right off! =0

EG Wow said...

Hmmm. I have never been there but NOW I want to go there!

Birdman said...

Fine inner workings designed here.

JM said...

This looks great in b&w!

Randy said...

What a great shot. I love all of the gray tones. Definitely on of my favorites of your shot.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very good photography.

Regards!

anemonen said...

This is a photo of my taste. Very neat.

Regina K said...

Wonderful photo!

Karen said...

An excellent shot with great detail and textures.

Virginia said...

And one fine monochromatic photo!!!!!
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Jack said...

This is a good image for black and white. Old equipment like this translates nicely into black and white.

Steffe said...

Nice details. Works well in black and white.

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