Photography I Can’t Look It In The Eye Posted on May 13, 2017May 5, 2017 by Thomas Slatin May 2017Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostCrumbling Next PostSolice 18 thoughts on “I Can’t Look It In The Eye”This is what our black and white tv looks like. It has a long antenna at the back though.Loading...ReplyOur old TV before all this flat screen stuff. Yes the quality might not be up to par today but the toughness is very remarkable. Well that is old school for you!!!Loading...ReplyWow, I remember when I have to tune a channel on the tv for minutes to see the pictures clearly. This era has been replaced be an LCD and flat screen for better quality.Loading...ReplyOur TV resembles this one. It has a beautiful and a classic antenna on the back side.Loading...Replyreminds me of a tv set we had as i was growing up back in the 90’sLoading...ReplyI haven’t seen an old TV like this for a long time. Even I can’t remember it at all because I was too young when my family used it back then.Loading...ReplyI remember back in the days when this black and white TV’s were the hit. Now it’s hard to even come across them anymore.Loading...ReplyVintage over here. I can definitely look it in the year like the old days.Loading...ReplyThis tv set is priceless, I can watch it as long as I feel like. Just a little funny compared to what we have this days.Loading...ReplyThis is a classic photo, I can’t remember the last time I saw this television. Good to see it again, can recall watching this a long time ago.Loading...ReplyWow, that tv looks in great conditions considering it must be very old. Last time I saw one like that was 30 years agoLoading...ReplyYou’ve kind of personified this T.V. with the caption. It adds a eerie, twisted feel like the T.V. is going to come alive.Loading...ReplyWell, at first I thought that no one would be interested in using this anymore. But it turned out that I was wrong because after searching for information about this via Google :), apparently there are still many people who use this old TV with today’s technological advances.Loading...ReplyThis kind of t.v. will never leave our homes. It is too personal to put into trash, and even repair shops will repair it if this will get broken.Loading...ReplyThis is one of the old school television we have then. This picture takes me back to the olden days.Loading...ReplyThe people who keep these televisions already keep them as heirlooms, or are simply colocationists for joby.Loading...ReplyOlden days television. I’m sure it the black and white version which was cool years ago. Nice looking though.Loading...ReplyThis is a very old T.V, can’t really remember when last I saw a TV like this. And I know it would not be a coloured TV.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.