Wednesday, December 31, 2008

EG Countryside/ Sepia Scenes

South of the Village of Mount Albert



To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com

28 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

FINALLY!!

That is such a beautiful shot. It looks really flat there.

Many more photo ops in the New Year.

It sure has been fun. MB

babooshka said...

Another of your gorgeous landscapes.


Happy New Year.

Boise Diva said...

A toast to you and all the work you do for your CDP - Happy New Year!

Becky and Gary said...

More wonderful scenes! Making them sepia changes everything. I love it.
Happy New Year.
B.

Jan said...

I bet this came out of the camera sepia. Love it!

Robin said...

So lovely and peaceful looking. It almost looks like just a very overcast day rather than sepia, if not for the desatted trees :).

Robin said...

PS Happy new year!

roentarre said...

Wonderful toning for this great image

Kahshe Cottager said...

Lovely! This would be something I would hang on my wall!

Happy New Year!

Clueless in boston said...

Truly a beautiful picture. Happy New Year.

Mary said...

So pretty, like a beautiful painting! Wishing you joy in the New Year. :)
xoxo,
Mary

kayleen said...

An absolutely gorgeous shot!

Happy New Year!

Leora said...

Gorgeous. You did something to this? Looks au naturelle! A delicate amount of color.

ViennaDaily said...

What a grand amount of snow! What? not snow??? :D You really dont need photoshop for sure nah? Lovely!

napaboaniya said...

Very stunning shot! :)

Happy 2009 to your family and you :)

Annie said...

How pretty. Almost like a Currier and Ives painting.

Greyscale Territory said...

Brilliant landscape shot! Love how there is a dreamy feel to it!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Lovely photograph.

Happy New Year to you and your family from Patty and Abe.

Rose said...

Wonderful shot. Makes me think about how lonely it must have been for the ones that settled this country (USA and Canada).

Carletta said...

Love your landscape shots! They are always so gorgeous and make me want to be there in them.

MyMaracas said...

Beautiful! I love the branches against the sky and the wide-open feel of the place.

Pekka said...

There is no skyes in this photo what I show you, but maybe you like it. ;-)

Kathiesbirds said...

This looks like a Currier and Ives engraving. It only needs a sleigh and horse to be perfect!

Julie said...

l love it. It reminds me of our countryside around here.

Mojo said...

Wow... you almost wouldn't have to tone that one! A gorgeous (if rather chilly) view.

Looking forward to more from EG in '09!

Susie of Arabia said...

So beautiful - I'll have to stay tuned to see it in the Spring!

maryt/theteach said...

This is a real beauty of a shot, EG! I just love it! Happy Sepia SCenes! :)

Kerri said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

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