Photography Unplayed Piano (Alternate Take) Posted on December 27, 2015March 11, 2017 by Thomas Slatin December 2015 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Ralph Waldo Emerson Quote Next Post The Depot (Part 3) 22 thoughts on “Unplayed Piano (Alternate Take)” You always make the memories alive. This piano is one of the best ever as at then. Thanks for this picture. Loading... Reply The title though unplayed piano. Could it be a new piano or a piano that there’s no player for it now. All the same it still cool Loading... Reply This is an amazing capture. It’s my first time to see something like this. Loading... Reply An old looking piano that looks abandoned for years. It becomes unplayed now because it is bad. Loading... Reply I forgot the first take but this looks like a harp more than a piano though? All the skeleton is left sadly. Good shot though, Loading... Reply The piano has definitely been played before. The only problem is how old it looks. Loading... Reply This piano was once a sight to behold. I feel sad seeing it in such bad shape. Loading... Reply Why is the piano unplayed? I think it can still produce some tunes. Loading... Reply A grand piano! It’s not every day that we get to see one of these. Loading... Reply The piano does look very dusty. It could use a bit more maintenance. Loading... Reply I have always loved pianos. Unfortunately I can’t play them at all for the life of me hahaha. Loading... Reply The window at the back appears to give some flare to the photo. It is a good one all the same Loading... Reply The piano is an old classic. It needs to be restored and well preserved. Loading... Reply How do you always manage to take such good photos? You never cease to impress. Loading... Reply What an outstanding piece of antiquity. This would fetch a good price at a pawn shop. Loading... Reply I respect anyone that can play such a piano. That requires a lot of talent and skill. Loading... Reply Of all the instruments I wish I could play, one of them is the piano. Looking at this picture this piano looks like it could still be repaired. I would want to hear the notes flow from this piano again if I could. Loading... Reply This is a priceless piano, with leg keys when playing. I have seen this piano before. I think a little overhauling will do. Loading... Reply The memories of this piano lives on. Nothing beats a perfect shot from a good photographer. Loading... Reply The memories of the piano get instilled in our minds. The photographer provides a wonderful shot of photography. Loading... Reply This makes me remember my old church piano, though still working. The church spends fortune on servicing this princess yearly Loading... Reply This makes me remember my old church piano, though still working. The church spends fortune on servicing this princess yearly.. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply to conrad pranze villas Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * 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. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.