Photography The Moment That Could Never Be Found Posted on April 26, 2020May 1, 2020 by Thomas Slatin 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostShaded (Black And White Edit) Next PostRefrigerator 27 thoughts on “The Moment That Could Never Be Found”I just like the caption of this shot, though I don’t really see the relationship with it. its always good to enjoy every moment.Loading...ReplyIts hard to get back your old moment. This is a brilliantly taken shot.Loading...ReplyIt is really hard to recognize a certain situation in that photo. Great work there.Loading...ReplyReally hard to pin this picture to anything, looks like a work slab. Nice concept Thomas, looks really uniqueLoading...ReplyThis photo gives me the vintage and eerie vibes. When moments turned into memories and will forever remain in your heart. Nice Tom!Loading...ReplyNice shot. You have a lot of very helpful tools.Loading...ReplyYou are right, I could never find that one meaning to this. That’s what happens when memories are bombarded with irrelevants.Loading...ReplyThis look unique though a bit hard to define the shot but it’s still adorable.Loading...ReplyI love this shot, It shows a bit of everything and it reminds me of the room where my grand father use to have his tools.Loading...ReplyThe picture looks great. It is something to wonder about. Good picture.Loading...ReplyThere are definitely some good peaceful moments working in a tool shed. That’s the feeling I get looking at this photo. Thanks for sharing.Loading...ReplyThe moment is ginebut the memories remain. They’re engraved everywhere.Loading...ReplyAn interesting monument refers to tools that parents jealously guard so that no one uses them without permission.Loading...ReplyIt’s hard to forget a moment spent in such a room with so many elements. Very busy room.Loading...ReplySo much history hidden in this room filled with okd things. You can learn alot here.Loading...ReplyI can’t see anything special there, only tools. And maybe I’ll throw away a photo like this. 🙂Loading...ReplyThe title is very cryptic. It adds a sense of mystery.Loading...ReplyThis looks like a locksmith’s workshop. Seems he was a very busy person.Loading...ReplyI can’t figure out what this place is. It remains a mystery.Loading...ReplyThe entire place could use some tidying up. It’s not very clean.Loading...ReplyThis is definitely a warehouse. It does look abandoned.Loading...ReplyI like the old school fan. I haven’t seen one of those in a while.Loading...ReplySo many tools in one place. It begs the question what they were used for.Loading...ReplyI can tell these tools haven’t been used for a while. Some of them look rusty.Loading...ReplyQuite the junkyard this place is. Most of these tools look beat up.Loading...ReplyI like the angling you got on this shot. Very nicely executed Tom.Loading...ReplyThis sure looks like a workshop. It looks rather dated though.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.