Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Sepia Scenes 09-23-09: Call Me...


Sepia Scenes is hosted by Mary T, who also hosts the fabulous Ruby Tuesday.






Keeping up with the old telephone theme from last week.

10 comments:

Annie said...

Love these old phones but maddening to recall how long it took to accomplish the dialing. How spoiled by speed and ease of use we have become. Nevertheless, this is such a great look.

Marice said...

oh gosh! i wanna see some of this again and if i can have for collection thingy :) nice shot!

mine is up too

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Methinks you have the perfect business for this meme. You're into collectibles and antiques aren't you?

Ralph said...

I like these old phones. They were built in an era when things were built to last. These days, the cordless phones we buy feel cheap and of low quality. These old rotary phones felt substantial when you picked up the receiver and when the number you dialed didn't give you an electronic sound. AT&T phones from decades ago, I miss...

Carolyn Ford said...

These old phones are perfect for us with cameras in our hands! This is a great sepia!

Chris said...

What planet did that land from? :D

You have a perfect barometer for sepia shots.

Tricia said...

Ok now that's awesome - You picked a really cool photo for sepia

Dianne said...

I remeber those phones
I always dialed with a pencil

love the bit of an old ad in the corner

great composition

De Lly Dilettante said...

Nice photo. The sepia tone adds to the effect that this phone is old. Great blog. This is my first time visiting.

Coffeedoff said...

Lovely old phone I remember our family getting one connected years ago! such memories. I can remember that number still, but not my currant one!

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