Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Sepia scenes

This is a scan of a slide from 1998 and is my official entry for Sepia Scenes. If you want to join or see more images in this style, click the badge at the beginning of the post. And if you don't visit my blog regularly, scroll on down to the post below and there is another sepia tinted picture at the end of that post.

27 comments:

TSannie said...

The flower is lovely, but the barn...there's just something about old barns.

Leedra said...

I might even like the one below better. We are such critical of our own photographs sometimes.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I love this style barn with the two side extensions, Rose. I wonder what this style is called.

dot said...

Rose, you know I love it! (the barn and the flower!)

Shinade said...

Oh if this is your official entry then welcome!! We have a lot of fun and Mary is just terrific!!:-)

Shinade said...

oh I love old barns. This is fantastic and just perfect for sepia tones.

Wow you did a fantastic job!!

http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/12/seapia-scenes-golden-shades.html

Happy day:-)

judi said...

Okay, I WANA KNOW WHAT IS INSIDE!!
:D

Kahshe Cottager said...

I am so happy to be seeing sepia barns today! This one is quite different from most with the wings either side. Well done!

don said...

The sepia toning looks great on this fine looking barn. Fine post!

Babs (Beetle) said...

That's a lovely barn photo :O)

Carletta said...

Perfect Rose!
I just commented on another barn saying that old barns are the perfect sepia subject. This one is very nice.


Hope looking at Lily's pics has you even more excited about being a Grandma. :) It's a wonderful experience.

Mojo said...

You got that on a chrome?? Wow. That's amazing.

I am awed. I could never get exposures like that on slide film. (Then again, I rarely shot anything that wasn't on skates on slide film either so that could've had something to do with it.)

Tricia said...

Oh Rose, this is a really good sepia photo, I like it very much! I'll join Sepia Scenes next week - this will be very interesting!!!

napaboaniya said...

I love the entire view of the place, with a tree popping up from behind.
Beautiful one :)

ilanadavita said...

Nice choice for Sepia Scenes.

Annie said...

Barns and sepia are just the most perfect partners.

Robin said...

Both barns really lend themselves to sepia. I really like the noise you added in the one pic, it ages the photo really well.

Neal said...

Rose, is that barn in your area? I really like it. It's kind of unique. I'll bet the side parts have been added after the fact. It looks like it's been patched above the double doors. Notice that it has lightening rods on it.

Yen said...

Very nice! I always love taking photos of barns! Nicely captured!~

Mine is here. Happy SS!

Mary said...

Great barn! Sepia seems perfect for something that old.

Jan said...

Both of your barnsa are great. Sepia lends a certain "something", to them.

ellen b said...

Hi Rose,
I always love to see an old barn and they are perfect for sepia!
Thanks for visiting my sepia :0)

Dianne said...

this is a lovely shot, I like the tree popping up too

Laurie said...

great job rose...i just love sepia tone pics!
laurie

MyMaracas said...

Wonderful barn shot. It's so sharp, and the texture shows so well. I like the one below too, but this one could be a postcard.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh i love this shot, and what you did with it. Now tell me what are those things sticking out of the barn. These old barns sure have a fantastic history if they could talk
Thanks so much for the stop over

maryt/theteach said...

Perfect sepia tone, Rose! Good job! :)

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