Photography Walking On The Road With My Soul In My Hand Posted on September 9, 2020September 5, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostIn Bloom Next PostCSX 563 and CSX 5209 22 thoughts on “Walking On The Road With My Soul In My Hand”Cool photo, as alwaysLoading...ReplyThe picture looks very vintage and nostalgic, it makes me think of a little town in the 60’sLoading...ReplyI’m loving the definition in your photos from the new web format. The abandoned T.V. raises the question who left it there and did they leave a peace of their soul behind..? Sweet pic.Loading...ReplyHow do you even hold a soul? Kidding!!! Seriously though I guess is what we all feel when we leave something behind huh? Well that is life. Someone or something leaves but at the same time someone or something comes along as well.Loading...ReplyWhen nostalgia hits. I really like the vintage television on the foreground. It makes the photo in a match with the caption.Loading...ReplyI hope the TV served well during it’s time. The owner must have been fed up with it.Loading...ReplyA classic vintage TV. I guess it is no longer worthy of use.Loading...ReplyThis TV definitely showed black and white images. I doubt it would ever turn on again though lol.Loading...ReplyThat’s no place to dump a TV! I wonder who did this!Loading...ReplyYou executed this shot with perfection. Thanks for another great photo.Loading...ReplyPart of the TV is missing. Where is the rest of it lolLoading...ReplyThis is the true way despite unkept. I love the picture quality.Loading...ReplyThe title looks cryptic. That’s how I like it.Loading...ReplyA CRT monitor TV. It’s not everyday that we get to see anymore.Loading...ReplyI can see why the owner might have disposed off the TV. No one in their right mind would want this in their house.Loading...ReplyI collect old electronics. If I came across this I would have picked it up.Loading...ReplyThe TV is without a doubt beyond repair. I can’t be mad at whoever dumped it.Loading...ReplyYou must feel devastated for some reason you feel so bad, most likely it is love.Loading...ReplyLooks like an old tv on the side of the road. You always have an eye for vintage things.Loading...ReplyIt is an old set. It is just lying down with no hope.Loading...ReplyI guess that until the day one passes on, one’s soul (and the memories contained within it) is the only thing that will endure as everything else crumbles through the natural progression of time. There was a time that we believed that cathode-ray tube technology was the way to go, but that time has long since passed us by in a heartbeat.However, I prefer to hold my soul closer to my heart, than in my hand where it can be easily pried apart from me.Loading...ReplyMy cousin would have loved to have this scrap. it like a habit to him,picking scrap items. but what happened to the other partsLoading...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.