Vintage Telephone Photos

songographyAll you need is love, yeah, yeah, yeah, all you need is love! Sunday, it is song time and this week’s song for Kathy’s You’ll-shoot-your-eyes-out Song-ography is: ‘All you need is love’ by, of course, The Beatles. Well, they certainly showed everybody that ‘nothing you can sing that can’t be sung’, and ‘nothing you can do but you can learn how to be you in time’. While I would not agree that love is ALL you need to accomplish what you set yourself to do, create or learn, it most certainly helps along the way – a lot. Without any love it may even be impossible.

Also – with a little love you see things that others may take for granted or do not see at all – ‘nothing you can see that can’t be shown’. Just like ‘nothing you can make that can’t be made. Those could be just about everybody’s mantras, right?

To achieve your goal, a lot of love helps you along the way. Or – a phone to call in a little help from your friends, even an old one, none smart will do the job nicely.

Vintage Telephone Photos

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See you again next Sunday for another round of Song-ography. Hope to see you again there.

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12 thoughts on “Vintage Telephone Photos”

  1. Oh my…now I feel REALLY old when a push-button phone is considered vintage. What does that make a rotary dial phone? A relic? haha. Love the processing you did on these photos. And I guess if “All you need is love” isn’t quite enough…you can always “Get By with a Little Help From My Friends” with a phone call. Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

  2. I like Kathy’s response – ‘get by with a little help from my friend’ – man, oh man is that ever true. We don’t give friendship the full value of its worth in the game of love. And what, I repeat, WHAT would we do without communication. Gosh, do I remember how cool the push button phones were after rotary dials.

  3. Oh boy. I feel OLD. Phones when I was a child were rotary dial. I had to explain what this was to my granddaughter when she saw on in a collectible shop. I remember the first mobile phones and how powerful we felt when we were able to get one and carry it around! I agree that love is not all you need at times. You have to have a love for what you do, but you also need a “little help from my friends” too sometimes.

    • You are as old as you feel. And knowing what I do about you, I do not think you are old, at all! Yep, rotary here, too. I can imagine that you had to explain it to your granddaughter. Just think of tapes and walkmen – LOL
      Friendship is a wonderful thing…

  4. I had the same thought as Kathy and Nicki — I remember dial phones, so I’m really old!!! These are great photos. I love the texturing for a vintage feel. Have a great week filled with love. 🙂

    • Hey Sharon, I don’t disagree at all, in fact we had rotary dial phones as well, and it was the greatest thing – back then. But today – not so much 😉 Thank you for the compliment. I hope you are having a great week(end), too.

  5. Neat take on the prompt. The push-button phone is a bit of a relic but would you believe my mom still owns & uses a Rotary Dial phone. She also has portable hand-held phone but keeps the other plugged in as well.

  6. I know someone who still has one of these in their house! LOL
    but I remember the old rotary ones too. My grandparents had a “party line” and you had to know your specific ring. Sometimes when you picked up the phone, you could hear another conversation.
    great vintage feel. and great song too of course.


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