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Photography Photograph - Old Times by Kaye Menner

Old Times is a photograph by Kaye Menner which was uploaded on January 26th, 2013.

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A belated thank you, Chrisann.

Kaye, Awesome Shot!!!!... Brings back great memories!... fav/vt/tweet

Many thanks, Barbara for your comment and v/f.

Yes, Bob, it does seem like yesterday! Thanks for your comment and v/f.

Wonderful capture of this beautiful old music maker!! F/V

Seems like yesterday :)) Excellent photography Kaye! v/f

Thanks Sandi for the v/f.

Kirsten, thank you so much for your thoughts here, and v/f. When I was young, my father used to play 78's... and it was like the whole house would BOP! I loved them. Yes, remember all the other sizes as well. I really wish I had kept some. There is one 78 that sticks in my mind that my father had called "THE THING" .... you'll never get rid of that d.d.d........

Thank you, Marilyn for your comment :)

Many thanks Yumi for your comment and v/f.

Thank you Ann for your comment. I believe this is slightly more modern!! than a phonograph, but it is still wind up.

Thanks so much, Chris for your comment and support.

Thanks for your kind thoughts and v/f, Julia.

Hello Kaye! How neat! At least there are a few of us on FAA who do remember 78s! LOL. The sounds were really quite great, especially the music itself. I remember with fondness the old 45s as well. And then the--WOW--33s! I understand a lot of people still prefer vinyls, and have great sound systems to play them. The thrift shops are so full of cool 33s I am often tempted to buy some--even if only for those spectacular covers! f/v Kirsten

Wonderful :)

Wonderful capture Kaye, it looks wonderful nicely done!! f/v

Wonderful nostalgic image, Kaye. It reminds me of the wind-up phonograph my grandmother had in her parlor.

A great shot of this vintage gramophone Kaye ..........Chris (F/V)

A little bit of history, very nice Kaye. f/v.

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