Yes, everything changes and it is sometimes difficult to keep on top when it is really fast change. At other times we don’t get on board because we don’t believe the change is making life better. Neither hubby or I carry a cell phone – me because I don’t like using the phone so I want to be in control of when I receive calls (and I travel light – without a purse). Hubby says that his phone has hung on the kitchen wall for 60+ years and it has always worked just fine there.
Michelle, one of the wonderful blogging encouragers at WordPress, invites writers and photographers to post on how “everything changes”. You can join the fun at:
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Really enjoy your mini-essay, along with such a telling photo! I’m finding more of both in your blog archives. Looking forward to more ahead!
Thanks. I enjoy writing almost as much as photography. I especially enjoy having the two come together. Snoop around all you want. 🙂
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I’m with you on wanting to have control over when I can be reached by phone. We’re in a minority, I think 😉
I can’t think of any reason anyone would need to reach me while I’m in a stall of a public rest room. Emergencies can wait. 😀
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Ha! love it. You don’t see pay phones hardly at all – or even remnants like you have here. Wonderful juxtaposition with this shot.