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andylea 12 37 1 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 7:59AM
wonderful detail and light Nezih brilliant tones and comp a belter nice one Wink
andy
NDODS 10 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 7:59AM
A wonderful find making for an interesting and very well composed image...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Jasper87 Plus
11 2.7k 158 England
19 May 2014 8:37AM
An exhibit? I like the warmer feel of v1, Nezih. Brings back memories of typing reports with carbon paper and 'one-finger' typing SmileSmile

Dave
nonur 12 18 13 Turkey
19 May 2014 8:53AM

Quote:An exhibit? I like the warmer feel of v1, Nezih. Brings back memories of typing reports with carbon paper and 'one-finger' typing SmileSmile

Dave

Meant to be exhibited, but decided not to for some reason and discarded once again. I found it nailed to a block of old wood in the scrapyard of the sculpture department. Thank you, Dave.
Nikonuser1 Plus
8 166 16 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 8:57AM
Great find and capture Nezih, like both imagesSmile

Cliff
19 May 2014 9:16AM
A super find and well taken



Billy
EMJAYCEE Plus
12 10 10 England
19 May 2014 9:37AM
Brings back memories of learning the skill - Grin
Joan.
RonnieAG Plus
11 154 119 Scotland
19 May 2014 9:37AM
What a find, Nezih! Good title description of this old machine that has lost it's 'skin'.
And an interesting keyboard, so different from my own 'QWERTY.
R.
barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 10:37AM
So sad to see
Loved my old writer to bits
Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 11:01AM
Shame its not used as an exhibit. If you invert it, could be the typists face, complete with curly hair. One for your modern art dept Nezih.
Peter.
Irishkate Plus
10 45 121 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 11:40AM
A touch of artistry nailing the old machine to the textured wood.
Good to see the inner workings too.
Going for the colour version today.
Kate GrinGrinGrin
SlowSong Plus
12 9.6k 30 England
19 May 2014 12:21PM
It's rather like a work of art which wouldn't look out of place in Tate Modern.
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Daisymaye Plus
12 23 19 Canada
19 May 2014 12:53PM
Just hanging around showing what used to be. And to think some of these cost a fortune. Great shot.
mikbee 14 3 8 Scotland
19 May 2014 12:58PM
I bet there are some youngsters going about Nezih
who do not have a clue what this is !!
Good shot.
Mick.
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
19 May 2014 1:55PM
This is fascinating--- I like the mono--and am fascinated by the keyboard-- made me realize-of course- it had to be different!
Thanks for that as well!
19 May 2014 3:25PM
I wonder if any elegant prose was typed on this old machine?
Who knows it might have been a poet, an author or a reporter from across the world.
The keyboard is no ordinary qwerty layout but that could have been a child and the numbers are foreign to me.

Dougie
19 May 2014 6:06PM
Definitely a new angle to see things, good thinking , Good photo well done friend
mistere Plus
7 6 4 England
19 May 2014 6:37PM
Great find Nezih, a bit of an enigma??

Dave.
icoban 10 Turkey
19 May 2014 8:50PM
That's my hit.
jasonrwl Plus
11 1.1k 11 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 10:07PM
Like this Nezih - v1 for me
Jason
LynneJoyce Plus
12 22 101 United Kingdom
19 May 2014 11:14PM
Colour for me of course, a fascinating bit of derelict machinery very well captured.
gajewski 16 10 9 United States
21 May 2014 8:51PM
A fascinating shot, Nezih. I prefer V1 -- which is a bit unusual for me because often I tend towards the monochrome for artifacts like this.
Nicely captured -- and, as Jenn mentioned, interesting to see that it is not a "QWERTY" keyboard.
-=\Walter

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