Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Sepia scenes


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16 comments:

Annie said...

Love this barn. It looks like it is standing by sheer force of will. AND, the bare tree against the white barn door - what a lucky point of view. It looks like a little winter painting on the wall of the barn.

Carletta said...

So sad that it is going to probably fall soon.
What I love about it is the little tree perfectly framed on the white door! I hope you got pics of the silos behind the barn as well.

Rose said...

This was a drive-by shot...the tree being framed by the door was pure luck.

Kahshe Cottager said...

I really enjoy photos of barns. Too bad so many of the old ones are being allowed to tumble down. There is something a little sad about this one I think. Sepia suits it well.

ewok1993 said...

What a lovely image; see you next week.

ilanadavita said...

The sepia effect is perfect for this barn.

Mojo said...

Looks like this guy is not long for the physical world. In fact , it seems to be falling apart already. Too bad. But good that you caught it before it was gone.

Nice work!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love your sepia scene, Rose.. Old barns are perfect for sepia--as I've probably said many times!!!!

Love that little sepia scene of your grandbaby. How Precious!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Leedra said...

In this case, I do like the black and white better.

Precious photo of the grandbaby.

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Deb said...

great sepia tone, I too love the tree!!

kaye said...

the old barn and granary are great, but the baby is beautiful

sunnymama said...

Very rustic in sepia. Absolutely great picture to take driving by.

kden said...

What a great old barn with a lonely little tree by its side. Nice shot.

nature ramblings said...

When you enlarge your photo the pattern on the roof is very interesting and you were so lucky with the shot of the tree. With the white background framing the tree that is really great. I just love photos of new babies also, yours is so sweet. The quilt you made is beautiful. Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Great old barn. Wonderful shapes textures i this photo: the wooden sides, metal roof, holes in the barn's wall. Really nice!

PJ said...

There's a theme on this blog, could it be...barns? Wonderful! I'm going to have to take a drive out in the country and a barn to photograph!

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