Photography Tube In A Cart Posted on September 21, 2020September 18, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostHere Comes My Girl Next PostThere’s No Way To Bargain On A Barter 23 thoughts on “Tube In A Cart”Phun stuph continues! Thanks!Loading...ReplySometimes a photo just comes together perfectly all on its own. This is one of those times. 🙂 Amelia Desertsong recently posted..On Modernist Themes in “I, Too” and “Democracy” by Langston HughesLoading...ReplyI am really trying to understand this photo. I know other people may have their own view on this, but I still need to ponder. Nice shot anyway.Loading...ReplyThis shot is very artistic. It is definitely one of my favorites.Loading...ReplyThe tube barely fits in the cart. That looks very funny.Loading...ReplyThat’s a weird way to dispose off a TV. I wonder who did it.Loading...ReplyThe TV looks okay. I am not sure if it works thoughLoading...ReplyThey rarely make TVs like this anymore. Flat screens are all the craze now.Loading...ReplyThis is a lovely shot. It has an abstract feel to it.Loading...ReplyWhat a curious topic, it looks like urban art. Though the topic doesn’t makes sense, it makes people to think about it.Loading...ReplyI can’t recall the last time I saw a TV this old. Probably a decade ago.Loading...ReplyThe TV could have been disposed better. I feel like doing it this way is dangerous.Loading...ReplyI hope the TV served well. It has come to the end of its life.Loading...ReplyThat’s one old looking tube. Little wonder it has been dumped.Loading...ReplyYour urban photography is the best. At least to me that is.Loading...ReplyI wonder what the story is and why that television is inside a shopping cart. It looks pretty unwieldy. One should be careful transporting it unless he or she wants the television to topple over and crash in the process.Loading...ReplyThat is a CRT type TV if I am not mistaken. that said I did what the photo depicts ha ha. By that I mean saying goodbye to this for a flat screen one. I guess that is just how tech works. It did serve me for a lot of years though.Loading...ReplyIt looks like an old TV placed in a grocery cart for disposal. Well, we have flat screens now, with varying sizes at that.Loading...ReplyDumped tube because it is too old to be used. Maybe dispossing it in a better will be more like it.Loading...ReplyWhy is the tube dumped that way, it seems it is going with cart as well. nice photography workLoading...ReplyDon’t know the purpose of putting that tv there. I still have one like this.Loading...ReplyI thought it was very unique to have this idea of photographing this. Even though I don’t get the point of this.Loading...ReplyThis is a cool ideal. Tube view is another experience on its own.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.