Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Red Barn/ (Half) Sepia Scenes
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- East Gwillimbury is a rural town less than an hour north of Toronto, Canada's largest city. My family calls me CameraGirl because I take my camera with me wherever I go.
Another Beauty - I just don't know how to get that kind of sepia shading - Fantastic!!!
Sepia *does* work well here, the "red" actually still stands out!
Love the big barns you have. The sepia was done perfectly; not too much!
You do this so very well. I still can't figure out PSE.
Another great shot EG! You have the coolest barn shots.
Gary and I are avid train watchers, and we have noticed that the train traffic has slowed considerably this past Fall and Winter, so the economy apparently is having an effect , darn !
This would make a wonderful postcard showcasing your area! Tis truly beautiful, sharp and a delight to look at.
I seem to remember it in red; fine also in sepia.
How lovely, and such a classic and nostalgic scene. I like the varied texture blends.
Sepia tones down the sight of this utilitarian barn. The barn in a slight bronze, works quite well with the bright sky and white snow, adding a perfect subtlety to the postcard picture...
Oh what a pretty place! I would live there!
Like the 2-tone sepia. Makes it very interesting!
Snow and sepia... What a great combination. Best wishes :)
I can't even imagine owning a barn this big. It doesn't seem possible. Wonderful job on the half-sepia. It really conveys the subtleties of all the buildings.
Wow! I really like the sepia effect you applied to this beautiful rural scene.
Oh, Man, that is so beautiful. What a great part of the country you live in. I took a picture of a farm with barn & silo today. It's just down my hill---no snow of course. LOL MB
Wow, that is very impressive!
An "I ♥ This Blog" award is waiting for you on my page. Go get it and enjoy!
I'll have to get some advice from you on choosing barns to shoot. My daughter in common-law is looking for some barn and bridge shots to frame for the new place. And I'm pretty sure she'd love this one!
I just love barns! Sepia is a good choice for that photo. Such a tranquil scene.
wonderful! and your headder is amazing, too!
Lovely composition and the mere hint of colour is lovely in this shot.
Another wonderful barn! I love that it is well taken care of.
Of course I love the two-tone effect that you do quite well.
Vey nice done, not complete sepia which creates a very special effect.
Terrific touch of sepia effect. I imagine I'd like the version with the actual red barn too tho.
The sepia tint makes the scene look colder than it really is, I think. Thank goodness we have some milder weather on the way.... Friday is supposed to get up as high as 14C, perhaps the huge snowpiles situated either side of my driveway will get a little smaller! Let's hope so.
Beautiful Photo! Great done in Sepia! Looks like a Christmas photo you send with your Christmas Cards! Have a great day!!
Nice healthy way to keep cattle.
This is a great picture of the barn. I love this picture.
What a beauty, EG! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)
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