Photography The Screen Went Dark And The Candles Burned Out Posted on May 5, 2020May 12, 2020 by Thomas Slatin May 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostI’ve Seen How It Ends Next PostThomas Slatin Quote 26 thoughts on “The Screen Went Dark And The Candles Burned Out”It looks so vintage with this picture, Great photography and angle in the picture looks perfect. I wonder what camera was it used taking this picture and I wish I also got skill in photography.Loading...ReplyTom you are at it again, taking me back to my childhood days. Thanks for this memory bringing post.Loading...ReplyThese televisions are an antique for many people, although some still preserve them, others take them to the junkyard.Loading...ReplyI can always remember our good old days. It was so fun.Loading...Replythis kind of televisions are so much full of fun. you are sitting and relaxing then your mother will say, “change the channel”Loading...ReplyWith every light going out, then it sure a time to rest for the day.. This could only be the interpretation I believe.Loading...ReplyWow. This photo brings back memories of the olden days. Going back to those years, you’ll be considered rich if you own one of this. Nice photo.Loading...ReplyAte you kidding me right now, no way I wont remember those days when this tv is so valuable that I line up at my neighbours house to watch….good old daysLoading...ReplyVery nostalgic. I remembered my grand father still has this type of television and keeping it. Has so many memories when my mom, uncle and aunts were still kids.Loading...ReplyNice retro T.V.! I like the little Jesus ornament too. I think it’s fitting with the candles burning out theme.Loading...ReplyI can remember this television in my childhood days. Light out and everywhere turns pitch darkLoading...ReplyThis reminds me of the past. The screen was my favorite.Loading...ReplyThis picture looks very 90’s, I love it… It reminds me the summer I was living with my aunt.Loading...ReplyWow, very nostalgic. I really love vintage things.Loading...ReplyAnytime I see television of this type, priceless memories flows through my spines. I remember how I felt when my dad got our first tv set, just like this….was like all the neighbours became my friendLoading...ReplyThat’s one old school TV set. I can’t remember the last time I saw one like this.Loading...ReplyThis photo brings back a lot of old memories rushing. Thanks for sharing!!Loading...ReplyThe sense of nostalgia that this hot brings is phenomenal. Very well taken shot too!Loading...ReplyI wonder if the TV still works. It must be at least a few decades old.Loading...ReplyIt’s one of those dated Black and white TVs. What a blast from the past!Loading...ReplyThis takes me so far back to my childhood. Those were truly my best days.Loading...ReplyThe TV is a part of history. I’d preserve it if it were mine.Loading...ReplyI wish I had one of these retro TVs. It is very difficult to come by them nowadays.Loading...ReplyThe screen has seen its fair share of good days. I hope it served well.Loading...ReplyI wish this shot was taken in black and white. It would have been perfect!Loading...ReplyI fondly remember these vintage TV sets. They used to operate without a remote.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.