30 Days of Gratitude- Day 16

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    Today I am grateful technology, its amazing how far we have advanced in a short period of time. The gramaphone was what we used to listen to when I was a kid, now its an MP3 player or ipod, which you can take anywhere with you.
    I am also grateful that we kept all our old vinyl records. I still love listening to them occasionally, scratches and all

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    1. lindadrayton (up and off for a while) 29 months ago | reply

      I love the colour and the aged/ retro feel.

    2. SaNYouRFriendLyNeighbor 29 months ago | reply

      old is gold...good one...

    3. copperhorse 29 months ago | reply

      Oh for crying-out-loud...Something we used to doe every day...Wow..."Front page"...Darl'n...Dance,,,dance, the night away...

    4. KimHojnackiPhotography 29 months ago | reply

      This is fabulous.
      I do miss my vinyl's!

    5. Gisele Morgan 29 months ago | reply

      lovely image and nice that you have kept them. Sweet memories.

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    6. casch52 29 months ago | reply

      Alas, I got rid of my last turntable. A good one too. I remember these and replacing the needles all the time. Bet you couldn't even get one now.

      Great shot.

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    7. Cobra_11 29 months ago | reply

      What a lovely, nostalgic photo :-) Vinyl records! I would love to play the ones we have at home, but I don't have a record player any more...

    8. Anna Dykema 29 months ago | reply

      Yes! I love listening to my records, too! Ray Charles just doesn't sound the same on my iPod.

    9. Papa Ellis 29 months ago | reply

      nice glimpse back into our early days ...

    10. pussycat007 29 months ago | reply

      fun reminiscing! love this photo!

    11. dangle earrings 29 months ago | reply

      How wonderful that you kept this gramophone despite all the modern advances in technology, and still play your records. We have a box of LPs but nothing to play them on!!

    12. JessaMae Photography 29 months ago | reply

      I completely agree!

      and, I was just scouring Etsy today for a vintage record player...I want to play my LPs!

    13. sniktaWP 29 months ago | reply

      Great old machines...hang onto it!

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    15. lonniec61 29 months ago | reply

      33s and 45s forever!

      nice old player, love the wood grained arm

    16. lonniec61 29 months ago | reply

      a couple years ago i was able to play an old 45 my neighbor cut just before he went off to vietnam. I dont think he had heard it played in twenty years. I think he recorded it in 69. when he got back he tryed to get the band back together with no luck. he plays trumpet in the church band where he attends. I think he is somewhat content, but deep down he wonders what if.

    17. KittyKaht 29 months ago | reply

      I do like the angle here. We would love to get a gramophone in the house - give me vinyl anyday :)

    18. gary's images @ studio g 29 months ago | reply

      I grew up on vinyll too. I gave my collection away collection when I moved to the arctic. I regret that.

    19. silviaON 29 months ago | reply

      what a wonderful capture - love it :)
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    20. brewbooks 29 months ago | reply

      Nice - and technology has made the world more closely connected. I think that is good (most of the time)

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