7/20/09

TATAT Museum in monochrome





16 comments:

Anne said...

Long long time ago... so well used...

Nice week from Anne in Norway.

Aileni said...

Just think of all the skills lost to make machinery like this.

Daryl said...

Nice photos

~Just me again~ said...

Nice pics, goes to show how far we've come.

Starnitesky said...

Some interesting pieces here.

hip chick said...

I think the first one is my favorite but I can't quite figure out what it is.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

The best reminiscence of the old times. Great monochromatic display!

Lisa @ Serah's said...

Those are amazing photos. I have yet to try my hand out black & white or sepia photos but when I do, I hope they come out as good as yours. Your pictures definitely put me in your world.

Jeve (aka John and Steve) said...

It's cool to see through your eyes.

Cloudia said...

Very nice photos, and WHAT a great personal story!

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J Bar said...

Cool.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

James said...

They look great, very nice mix.

Tammie Lee said...

Monochrome adds a wonderful old feeling to the museum items. Great choice.

Marju said...

Gorgeous photos, I have not ever black Swans have seen!

Arija said...

Odd how people think that we have come a long way from using these simple thigs, and yet...we used to make music at home, every village had enough musicians to get up a local dance and without loudspeakers our brains wern't blasted out of our heads. There were fewer things, so fewer things to take care of. We did not have heaps of clothes, so the wash was done once a week in the wash-house where, although it was hard work, it was peaceful and you could hear the birds sing. The ailments were simpler too without so much cancer due to asbestos, radiation and chemicals. Are we so much better off nowadays?

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