This is my final post in this series. Below are more old photos from my vintage Instagram account now long since deleted.
This was the table top in the diner in which we ate in Fargo, North Dakota. I took this Instagram because the patter is identical to the table top my grandparents had in their less formal dining room. The only difference was the color: replace the red with yellow. And their chairs were chrome with yellow and black padding.
The harbor in Hobart on the Australian island state of Tasmania
This is a vintage Instagram photo taken with a vintage iPhone of a vintage photo of vintage cars on a vintage bridge on a vintage postcard.
This is the actual barbershop chair in which I sat many times getting my haircut in Manhattan Beach. Over the years I actually wrote two blog posts about this shop (link to first post; link to second post), The Tonsorial Parlor, and its owner, Dale.
Remember the famous Obama election poster? Here’s the famous Tyson election poster! Oh, wait… am I running for office?
A vintage telephone that has actually been converted into a digital phone inside
Below is a slideshow of my entire Vintage Instagram Gallery on SmugMug from which these photos were plucked. And this is the link to the first post in this series.