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Black and white macro of old till keys, National Cash Register company. (circa 1860)
Nikon D80
Sigma 24-70 lens
Kenko extension tubes
Dec 09 – more than 1000 views

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antique, cash, keys, macro, money, ncr, numbers, register, stephenknowles, till

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Comments

  • jack01
    jack01over 5 years ago

    Nice find,you should add it to the Black and White group.

  • Thanks for the advice. You’ll see I’ve now joined the group.

    – Stephen Knowles

  • Richard Hamilton-Veal
    Richard Hamilt...over 5 years ago

    Excellent B&W capture Stephen.

  • Thanks for your comment Richard

    – Stephen Knowles

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    fabulous,

  • sandy1984
    sandy1984over 5 years ago

    lovely details!

  • titus
    titusover 5 years ago

    excellent

  • Toni Verdú Carbó
    Toni Verdú Carbóover 5 years ago

    Excellent!

  • anniemaree
    anniemareeover 5 years ago

    there’s something very elegant about this, lovely and nostalgic. your crop is perfect.

  • Thanks so much Annie, much appreciated.

    – Stephen Knowles

  • sticky
    stickyover 5 years ago

    Cool shot x

  • anaisnais
    anaisnaisover 5 years ago

    When you look at this great take, it makes you realise how far we’ve come since those days with regards to coinage and technology. Shhame society itselfs seems to have taken a leap backwards instead mind, what with unemployment, broken homes/marriages, lack of extended family and support and state of economy in general…see what muse you prompted with your art? lol. Thanks for sharing a snapshot of history! Kindest thoughts, Anna-Marie.

  • I’m not sure how to respond to this comment, I hope it didn’t make you sad. It’s always interesting to read other people’s views, and so thankyou for taking the time to leave your comment.

    – Stephen Knowles

  • anaisnais
    anaisnaisover 5 years ago

    Made me muse not sad, good art makes you think, and you picked a good subject to do that with, smiles, great pic. and sorry for any confusion there…kindest thoughts, Anna-Marie.

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