And other things that I like!
Hello,Yes, I used to own one of those big old cell phones. I am happy with the changes. Wishing you a happy day and a great weekend!
I do remember. Every now and then I see an old movie where someone pulls out one that looks like this. I have tell you something funny, when I first opened your blog and saw the photo, I thought it was a bottle of vodka. I had a good laugh at myself when I figured it out.
Yes, an antique cell phone. At first I thought it was a gin bottle, but now I see it. I have enjoyed seeing the ice sculptures you have posted. Hope there are a few more.
...there are still phone booths here on Maui.
Pat save a few of the ice photos and post them in July when we complain about being too HOT.
I do; and I remember how much room they took up in your car. :-)
It's amazing to see the changes in technolgy. It changes so fast and then we forget. Super ice carving, I like it.
They really changed fast.
Heck, I remember when phones had cords!
Yes, these were the beginning of a revolution. The first mobile phone I saw was one my boss had and carried in a large briefcase/small suitcase, almost like what we'd now call a satellite phone.
I like it that the artists have also chosen everyday objects as subjects. That you don't see often.
It doesn't seem all that long ago Pat 😊 The ice sculptures are so well done.
Hehe, thought of a bottle of schnapps or such at first! No I was not that rich to have such a phone. Great sculpture (on second look).
Great to see.
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