Photography Old Fridge (Edited Alternative Take) Posted on April 9, 2013April 6, 2013 by Thomas Slatin July 2011Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostDead Crane Truck Next PostFleeting Glympse 13 thoughts on “Old Fridge (Edited Alternative Take)”Wow, memories of my grandma’s fridge just flash through my head. She does allow us touch it cause it shocks. Nice oneLoading...ReplyThis must be very old, the color is even fading away. I think I have come across this once or twice in my life.Loading...ReplyShowing us the edited version of the original. Nice effect and the fridge had been abandoned for how many years?Loading...ReplyWow..its indeed an old fridge..nice pictureLoading...ReplyI laugh with tears down my eyes. Its been long I saw this fridge. Its really an old school one.Loading...ReplyEven if it’s old, as long as the wiring still works, I will definitely use this. This is a very good refrigerator for sure.Loading...ReplyThis is really old indeed, cant find this anywhere again. Good stuff are vanishing I tell youLoading...ReplyLooks like it had taken a rough beating throughout the years. I’m pretty sure it would still work if it gets repaired. That’s what I love about old stuff, they’re almost always of a better quality than the newer models we have nowadays.Loading...ReplyA fridge as old as it can get. I wondered where you able to capture this. It looks like an art work.Loading...ReplyThis reminds me of the fridge that Indiana Jones used to hide from a nuclear blast? Anyway we do not see these models now. Tech is now integrated in its function. That is a good thing.Loading...ReplyYes, this is really a very old fridge. Don’t know if this still works properly. Some people like to keep old things, but sometimes they can be valuable :).Loading...ReplyThe refrigerator is in very poor health conditions, it should be in a junk yard, to decontaminate the place.Loading...ReplyThat’s a stingy fridge. I’ll bet there’s some lingering odors once you open it. Great camera work in capturing its disheveled aura.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.