Photography Subversive Element Posted on March 14, 2020March 14, 2020 by Thomas Slatin March 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWreck Of The Day Next PostRoute 30 Bridge 29 thoughts on “Subversive Element”I’m wondering whats that object, it look like a kind of lampLoading...ReplyThis one really looks old. I’m wondering what it’s for and what it’s called.Loading...ReplyWhat am I looking at here? An ash tray? I have seen old stuff but not this one. I do not know what it is but it looks old and vintage? What is it really?Loading...ReplySuch black and white pictures raise my curiosity, trying to figure out what exactly it is. It’s a great shot though.Loading...ReplyLooks like those old black and white tv sets, or some form of electronics. All in all it’s a great shot with a sharp focus.Loading...ReplyLooks like someone might have left the item and forgotten it. Such pictures like this bring up old memories to life.Loading...ReplyIs this an old tv set or a laboratory equipment for taking results? The effect makes it really old and perfect.Loading...ReplyThis is quite an damaged old gadget, I wonder what it was used for? The black and white capture makes it looks ancient.Loading...ReplyDirty, old, abandoned and probably out of work but very still valuable cause nothing like this is out there again. Lovely colour choice.Loading...ReplyThis looks like a troublesome element alright. I think the black and white accentuates the dust and decay. Thanks for the cool pic.Loading...ReplyTo be candid. I haven’t seen this device before. Thanks for the!exposure post.Loading...ReplyThe black and white gives the photo a good nostalgic feel to it. Very well done Tom!Loading...ReplyThis looks like a device from a submarine. I can’t be too sure though.Loading...ReplyThe display doesn’t seem to be in very good shape. It must have been out of service for years!Loading...ReplyThis is definitely beyond repair. At this point it is as good as junk.Loading...ReplyI can’t quite figure out what the display might have been used for. It looks totally dilapidated.Loading...ReplyLooks like there are shards of glass on the screen. This could be dangerous to handle.Loading...ReplyThis looks like one of those really old devices. i doubt they are used anymore.Loading...ReplyThis photo takes me way back to the olden times. Oh how time flies!Loading...ReplyAmazingle executed shot Tom. You really captured the essence of how old the device is.Loading...ReplyThis is a blast from the past! It’s not often that we get to see such oldies in our world today.Loading...ReplyMy hobby is actually collecting relic equipment like this one. this would have made a nice addition to my collection.Loading...ReplyThis looks more of the olden days stuff and the black and white effect really make it so. Still a nice shot.Loading...ReplyVintage love. I’m not sure what this is but I love black and white photography. More to come!Loading...ReplyI love all your photos. I may not know that object is, but the way you presented it is very nice.Loading...ReplyI honestly don’t know what the object is. But somehow I felt left alone after seeing it.Loading...ReplyI wonder what is this. It looks old and maybe it’s already broken.Loading...ReplyI’m still trying to connect the title to it. Nonetheless, the photo is amazing.Loading...ReplyA very ancient looking, dust covered relic from a bygone era. I wonder what that device is for,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.