Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Winding Lane/ Sepia Scenes

Fenced driveway up to stone house

Don't you wonder what secrets are hiding in this house mostly hidden by a hill and trees at the end of this lane ?

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

38 comments:

PERBS said...

A mystery house huh? Beautiful shot of house in snow but I like the fence most of all. It shows real character. . . I lied -- I like the snow most of all . . . but after that----

Reader Wil said...

It's a really romantic picture and I certainly fancy the house hidden behind trees and bushes, seemingly a peaceful place, but there is one room that you are not to enter for.... Now you can start a gothic novel. Thanks for showing!

cieldequimper said...

Now that's a perfect place for spinning a tale, a fairytale of course!

Steffe said...

I do wanna know more about this place. And I love that fence.

Abe Lincoln said...

I think it is very nice. Quiet. Peaceful. The snow, undisturbed, on the fence. Nice.

Small City Scenes said...

Spectacular!!!
I really think the Ice Dancers on your previous post are magical. MB

WillThink4Wine said...

Reminds me of a house I lived in when I was a girl. A lovely house on a wooded lot, surrounded by a post and rail fence. Lovely.

BJ Roan said...

I love it! Great framing with the fence.

VALKYRIEN said...

That is an amazing shot! I am sure the house has a ghost! A place the children in the neighbourhood are a little bit afraid of walking by....But still, it is a peaceful place. Love the fence!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

excellent composition. very interesting photo that catches one's attention.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Really nice shot! That rustic looking fence goes great with the show and bare branches. I'd almost expect a horse and sleigh to come into the picture. :-)

Ferreira-Pinto said...

This is a very romantic landscape. And the photo is a stunner.

Denise said...

This is such a beautifully composed photograph, picture postcard perfect. I love it.

Jacob said...

Excellent photo. Very dramatic composition. The sepia effect makes it even more dramatic.

Rambling Round said...

Looks like a lovely place to come home to.

see you there! said...

That looks like a wonderful piece of property. I'll bet it is great to live there. Um, make that when there isn't snow on the ground, LOL!

Darla

Tarolino said...

This is just as picture perfect as all the rest of your work. You are an amazing photographer. Really like this one.

ilanadavita said...

Great mystery house! Do you still have as much snow?

maryt/theteach said...

Yes, a scene for a scary thriller... Happy Sepia Scenes, EG! :)

Ralph said...

The sepia adds a mysterious pale bronze to the house. In this shot we do wonder about this abode as we can only see a small part of it. We are left to wonder if we should venture further and investigate the place or have second thoughts and get out of there...

Tricia said...

Does anyone live there? Or do ghosts inhabit the place, now? Oooo

Very nice photo at any rate!

kden said...

I absolutely love old wooden fences. Beautifully done in sepia.

Becky and Gary said...

Another spectacular shot that could be an amazing pen and ink drawing!
B.

Carletta said...

I'm just sure someone is in there in front of a blazing fire with a warm cup of chocolate and a good book!
Very nice in sepia.

the daily said...

looks great in sepia effect

My entry for SC this week : in HERE. Hope you have time to visit . Thanks

ROSIDAH said...

Beautiful snow, beautiful scene... like in a fairy tale. Best wishes :)

Blognote said...

These are all stunning photos!!

Mojo said...

Perfect choice for sepia -- or any monochrome for that matter.

Beautiful shot!

Dina ... UK said...

I love your sepia photo, some of my mono ones look better in sepia.

No! way will I be able to do another meme...lol
Very tempting though... :-)

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Looks like there could be lots of secrets there. Great shot! Have a great day!!

Sherrie

Judy said...

love the old fences, and the way the house is almost hidden! wonder what view they have there, which enticed them to build on the far side of the hill?

Dianne said...

it looks so cozy all tucked away

I love the way the fence follows the slope

Rose said...

Love this one! Love that fence.

George said...

This picture is hauntingly beautiful.

PJ said...

Nice sepia tinting, I'm still working towards those pale sepias. It's taking time!

Shinade said...

wow I am simply in awe of this picture. What an incredible capture and simply marvelous job!!

I too love shots that make us wonder what happened or what is going on behind the walls.

This is a stunning entry. I do so hope you will forgive me for being so late in getting around.

Thank you so much for stopping by to see mine.

Happy weekend,
Jackie:-)

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

So beautiful. Excellent choice for sepia, too. Frame this one!

Patti said...

Beautiful photo of this house in the woods.
I like the fence too, as the others said.

Did Hansel and Gretel live there? ;-)

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