poetry, philosophy, found photos, vintage images, my own snaps, music, the human condition and grace. Yep - that about covers it.
"A novel idea for the audiophile who likes his music wherever he is. A household teacart can be used as a mobile carrier for any combination of audio gear." December 1954. Ektachrome by Ken Schmid Studio. Components: Regency HF-150 high fidelity amplifier, Webcor "Diskchanger," Jensen "Duette" reproducer." (from the original Regency, Inc. press release)
Christmas isn’t for quite awhile, but I could use some new hi-fi equipment. (Apparently none of these components require electrical power - BONUS!)