Photography Definitely Northern Now August 21, 2020 / 20 Comments August 2020 Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
All phones before mobile ones came along. I appreciate it but to me the classics are always better. We would not be enjoying all this tech now if these did not pave the way for it.
This reminds me of my childhood days at my Grandpa house. Thanks for this memory giving post
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Wow, I can recall many things whenever I see such beauty. Some of the houses that I visited still uses this kind of phone in their household.
This is classic. I can remember seeing my granny with this. I think it was a delight to own it then
This is an old school telephone in the analog days. We are in digital world where the gsm has outshine the telephony of a thing.
That picture brings many memories of my chilhood to my head. Those were good times and life had a different rythm and sense.
A classic phone, I really miss the ringtone. This is certainly an attraction for collectors.
A retro phone! I never got to use one of these.
The black and white really suits this photo. It gives it that classic vintage feel.
It’s not easy to spot one of these nowadays. A nice blast from the past!
Working one of these phones is no easy task. I tried it before and failed miserably lol.
I doubt the phone even works. It looks super dated.
The telephone belongs in a museum. It’s a little piece of antiquity.
The phone looks rather dusty. I doubt it has been used recently.
It could use a little bit of cleaning. It’s very dirty.
I always like your vintage shots. They have such a good vibe to them.
I wonder if it actually works or is simply being used as a coversation piece. I wouldn’t mind one like this in my house.
The blurred background makes for a great effect. Nice technique there Tom!
That’s an antique phone, but I love the nostalgia it brings. Twenty years from now, we’ll be looking at cellphones the same way.
This phone brought me a nice memory, when I was playing with the phone at my grandmother’s house.