Weekly Photo Challenge: Old

No personal computer + not a single typewriter / no television + no camera / no electric guitar + not even a little transistor radio: The paths of communication in those days of old were long and slow. Nevertheless: to make messages always has been one of the most important acts of mankind. The old documents never lost their dignity. I hope the same for our efforts.

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writer, photographer, guitarist

18 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Old

  1. Tony McGurk

    Nice photo & a great way of portraying this weeks theme. Those documents look fascinating.

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  3. I love the binding… they look like antique books. You’ve given me an idea now for my old assignment. Thank you!
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  7. Love that picture, awesome job 🙂

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