Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Sepia scenes

I did try a little something else in sepia, but I couldn't totally forget barns!Since blogger does not want to upload pictures for me, I am just going to tell you to go the Sepia Scenes blog to join or to find links to more places to visit.

14 comments:

Carletta said...

Hey Rose,
Can't see your pictures - blogger is being a real pain.
I haven't been able to do anything.
Will come back later.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hmmmm Rose.. I haven't had trouble lately. AND I'm new to Blogger. Did I make a mistake???? I did see two of your pictures in sepia. Very nice!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Julie said...

I see the pictures but am having trouble getting blogger to let me use their picture links, always something. Love both shots by the way.

Carletta said...

Finally!
I love these! I know that first one is of rocks but honestly that one big one looks like a potato!
The barn is perfect.

I went ahead and downloaded pics for tomorrow just in case. :)

George said...

Rose, I haven't had any problems with your posts. I really like your barn picture.

Tricia said...

Both shots are great, but I love the barn shot - it looks really good in sepia!

Greyscale Territory said...

Love the stones in sepia! Very imposing and somehow they look more boulderous in sepia!

And I am always fascinated by barn shapes! Always great in sepia!

judi said...

I can see, I can see!! love your barns. judi

Babs (Beetle) said...

Lovely sepia shots! Love the stones :O)

Mojo said...

I was thinking the same thing Carletta did -- that big rock and the darker one above it both look like potatoes!

And a barn is never a bad choice. They have such character -- at least most of the time.

maryt/theteach said...

I love barns and you make excellent use of shadows! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)

Dianne said...

can never go wrong with a good old barn :)

but I love the rocks - the shade and the shadows are so pretty

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I LOVE barns in sepia! Keep up the good work. ;-)

MyMaracas said...

I agree, barns were born to be sepia-fied. But the rocks make a great study in texture too.

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