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Take A Letter Please... by Susan Bergstrom

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It never ceases to amaze me just how far we have come with technology…just take a stroll through a museum and what we thought was the “edge of technology” is now over the edge into obsolete.
However, my grandfather typed all of his personal letters on his Smith/Corona till the day he died. Said the sound of the keys kept him focused…

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machine, office, antique, vintage, typewriter, susan bergstrom, old, rusty, office machine

I enjoy a full time career as a working Fine Art Artist and Natural Lifestyle Photographer.
To me, my art and photography is the best way to express what I see around me.
I also teach both mediums and I host 3 and 4 day Art and Photography Workshop Retreats through my private studio on my desert property in Nevada/Arizona.
I formed Elbow Canyon Fine Art & Photography Retreats several years ago to offer my students a unique one-on-one instruction.
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  • UnEasy
    UnEasyalmost 5 years ago

    Love this – reminds me of the vintage iron shot. How exquisite :)

  • Thanks so much! Mr. Un…LOL

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • Jennifer Craker
    Jennifer Crakeralmost 5 years ago

    This is cool Susan, great comp and DOF, well done.

  • Thanks Jennifer! Had a great time in the museum that day!

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisalmost 5 years ago

    Love this, Susan! I kind of remember typewriters like that. Anyway, an awesome capture!

  • My Grandfather had a HUGE typewriter like these…I can still hear the tapping of the keys…Thanks Barbara…

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • shannondonovan
    shannondonovanalmost 5 years ago

    Susan…this is so very, very cool! I love anything vintage…the past…and how far we’ve come with communications….well done!

  • WOW! That was Fast! and you know I always appreciate sharing the spotlight! Thanks Shannon!

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisalmost 5 years ago

    Well what took you so long to get a feature!!! Congrats!

  • LOLOLOLOL…lighting round!!!

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • barnsis
    barnsisalmost 5 years ago

    Very much like the one in my story “I how I passed high school typing.” Excellent angle and perspective. the mirror effect is a big plus.

  • There were at least 20 of these typewriters sitting together…that is not a mirror..that is more typewriters…it was jaw dropping how many they had in the collection! Thanks Byron!!!!!!

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • LjMaxx
    LjMaxxalmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful dof and such an interesting, antiquey look back in time. Bet the keys were hard to push down too. Beautifully presented Susan~

  • LOL…how did you know that I tried the keys!!! There were at least 20 of them in the display…it was really something…Thanks Lj!

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • barnsis
    barnsisalmost 5 years ago

    Well! You know what they are good for? Trot line weights!! { :>) ☺♥

  • Did you mean trout line weights? ..and how in the heck could you use a typewriter for this???

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • Bradley Nichol
    Bradley Nicholalmost 5 years ago

  • Well how cool is this!!! Always an honor Bradley! Thanks!

    – Susan Bergstrom

  • Hidemi Tada
    Hidemi Tadaalmost 5 years ago

    i had one, olibetter. nostargia. thank you Susan for sharing.

  • It just seems like it was 100 years ago that I used one of these…we have become so spoiled!

    – Susan Bergstrom

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