this is Japanese traditional toys. http://t.co/QUlY3Fazhi07/08/2013 16:10:40 WIB
@pixelcoloured a cool little elf. I've never been photographed so imagine me how you will. I make traditional wooden toys - trains, blocks..03/08/2013 03:08:37 WIB
The worse thing that could happen to a person is accidentally stepping on lego bricks07/08/2013 21:12:28 WIB
@JulianClary Loving your autobiography. Same kinds of childhood toys as mine. I wanted brothers' Meccano but got nurses' outfits!07/08/2013 16:13:15 WIB
http://t.co/bV3381AVEU more lovely new items available - have a look for yourself05/08/2013 16:54:38 WIB
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A few years back children wanted to play with basic but nevertheless expensive toys.
Building items, objects and sometimes it even involved an entire village with miniature railtracks, shops and street lights.
There were also electric train sets, usually installed in the attic on a huge platform which could be moved away.
All this has completely changed. Nowadays, everything has to be digital from the early age. iPads (or tablets) are becoming the must have interactive and apparently educational purchase - certainly due to the fact of the touchscreen technology and intuitive aspect of the menu.
What actually happened to the so called "quality traditional toys and gifts" from our childhood? Wooden trains, die-cast vehicles or all board games which made our afternoons and evenings enjoyable?!Smartphones are also replacing point-and-shoot compact cameras. The products have to be able to complete all tasks and even edit the photographs directly on screen (i.e. Instagram) to be then shared on social media outlets. Is this not excessive or dangerous for the photographic industry?