Friday, March 24, 2017

Phone

Andy | Friday, March 24, 2017 | Best Blogger Tips
This is proof that "Pay Phones" are alive and well in Canada.

20 comments:

  1. We don´t have many pay phones left here. You caught a colourful lady on camera!

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  2. That amazes me indeed, a cell phone has gone here everwhere! Did the woman coloured her hair in the colour of her scarf, or the other way around? :)

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  3. Well, I can see a pay phone or two but I'm not sure "alive and well" is a good description. Your graffiti wackos can't leave anything alone, can they?

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  4. Great pay phone shot. You found the perfect model to accent the phone.

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  5. I am sure there are people who don't even know what these things are!

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  6. Jeez... you really do have some serious graffiti people. The stores must do well selling spray paint. The picture is most interesting mostly because the woman is most interesting! Another great street shot, Andy.

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  7. Yes there are a few still standing, Andy!

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  8. Well those 2 don't look all that healthy! In my little burg I there is only 1 left that I know about, at the local hospital. BC Tel doesn't even have an office here, pay phones are even further down their list of "services". And there's my morning rant.

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  9. Haha....not seen one of those that was up and working in so many years. My grandson don't even know what one of those are!

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  10. They took the last pay phones from our town at the end of last year. Interesting coloured hair.

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  11. Are you sure this is Canada and that you haven't entered an alien life zone? That hair is unreal. (I shouldn't act surprised. I saw a woman today with a do like this in pinks and blues.)

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  12. Interesting 'hair'! Maybe she thinks she's a teenager or something :)
    Good shot. Not always about here are those phones, someone ran into one down the road the other day and it's rather bent.

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  13. all long gone in my area. The last one stood at the commuter station in Tungelsta but no one had used it for a few years when it was removed.

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  14. Nice to see pay-phones. We don't have them any more at all.
    The photo is very lovely.

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