Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Sepia scenes

I have been visiting some of the participants of Sepia Scenes for a while now, and being that I am too tired to even think tonight, I thought I might take a chance and join.

I really don't know why I haven't joined before now. Every so often I go through changing my photos to sepia as well as B&W just to see what they look like.

If you want to see more photos, or to join with your own Sepia Scenes, go see Mary/the teach at Sepia Scenes.

18 comments:

Greyscale Territory said...

Both photos have a magical atmosphere in sepia! But I think I love best the soft moody romance of the sky in the first photo.

Yen said...

I really love the second photo. Nice sepias!

Eleanor said...

I love sepia photos. I have some old geunine ones of my dad as a baby and ones of my great grandmother which are over a century old. I loved reading about your little visitor and her fascination with the sewing machine. My granddaughters (which you were so kind to comment on) are equally taken with me and my sewing machine. And I face the same dilemma. I remember being horrified with my daughter as a toddler who kept a pin between her lips - she was just copying me when I was sewing!

me ann my camera and Riel and her camera said...

That wonderful old cabin has such an invitational look to it. Lovely photo.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The log cabin is awesome in sepia!

Kahshe Cottager said...

I am glad you decided to post this week - your pictures are lovely in sepia. The first one really highlights the sky with the silhouette and the second one looks as though it was a vintage print.

Leora said...

I'm glad you decided to join. The cabin is so lovely in sepia. A great rustic scene.

don said...

You chose two nice shots for your post in the Sepia Scenes. I especially like how the toning contribute to the success of the cabin. Nice ones.

Annie said...

Love this cabin. Reminds me of cabins I've seen in Missouri that were moved to a Civil War Memorial Park. The path leading up to the cabin provides terrific contrast.

Welcome to Sepia Scenes. No time like the present and so glad you joined the fun.

Mary said...

Both of these look great in sepia! The log cabin is very nice!

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Both your photos are great! I really like that log cabin. It looks welcoming. Thanks for stopping by my place. Take Care!!

Sherrie

Neal said...

I love the cabin picture!

Deborah Godin said...

These are really nice in sepia. I'm going to see if I have whatever it takes on my computer to do that, too. Love the cabin!

Shinade said...

Wow rose I am so glad you decided to join because these are both fabulous.

I can't choose between either one!!

My sepia is here.

http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/11/sepia-scenes-6.html

Happy weekend!!:-)

Denise said...

Lovely photos, the sepia tone gives each one such a warmth. Just beautiful!

The Tile Lady said...

These are lovely. I didn't know there was such a group! You chose some nice shots for your first posting in sepia!
Marie

Julie said...

Very nice. I love the 2nd one especially.

Carletta said...

Great one for Sepia - you couldn't have picked a better shot to change!

Sorry, I haven't been around. With Lily here I just didn't want to blog.
Got some catching up to so here I see!

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