Wednesday, May 27, 2009

In The Round/ Sepia Scenes

Gazebo on shore of Lake Scugog


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27 comments:

see you there! said...

There is something compelling about a round gazebo to me. Or a round bandstand.

Darla

storyteller's other blog said...

WONDERFUL sepia treatment ... my eyes move everywhere in this marvelous photograph!
Hugs and blessings,

Patti said...

I love gazebos, and the wholesome, old-fashioned atmosphere they create. ;-)

Perfect photo for sepia..

Photo Cache said...

I love gazebos. I want one in my backyard :D

It's amazing the results any subject gets with sepia toning. Amazing.

Mine is up here: http://ewok1993.wordpress.com

Marie Reed said...

I want to sit in that gazebo with a cold glass of lemonade!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow this beautiful place reminds me the final scene from "Twilight"movie!
Beautiful and romantic picture!
Kind regards from Brazil
Léia

PERBS said...

Love the gazebo but I am now wondering what it looks like in color. . . and if it has a bench or two?

maryt/theteach said...

Love this gazebo, EG! The sepia/gray tone is very unusual and attractive! :)

Rose said...

This is a great sepia image! I wonder if it is something I would have liked much at all in color...it is amazing what doing something in sepia or B&W will do for it.

Ralph said...

The gazebo has a timeless quality about its style. The detailed hexagon shape wears well for any fun thing - a big band on the stage with couples dancing below. Nice!

Jacob said...

Lovely sepia! And aren't gazebos fun to shoot?

BJ Roan said...

Gazebos make interesting subjects. This one is very nice.

Small City Scenes said...

That is such a neat shot. I would that one moved down by my pond and I would sleep in at. MB

Becky and Gary said...

I can almost hear the band playing. Great shot EG.
B.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Wow---I love that Gazebo... And it is beautiful in sepia.
Hugs,
Betsy

Naturegirl said...

Great shot!Always a cozy place to be in.

kden said...

What a beautiful shot. A gazebo has such a timeless feel.

George said...

What a beautiful sepia picture. It certainly takes us back to a time when we could expect to hear a band concert.

david mcmahon said...

Gazebos are magical places.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I saw this and was whisked back to my childhood, I was sitting in my local park with my mum and dad.. brothers and sister. There was a brass band playing and everyone was happy just to be there.. what memories this picture as given me.. Thank you.

Reader Wil said...

This is a very special photo! It reminds me of long ago when gazebos were often used for concerts. Yet it's too sharp for an old picture. Great shot!

Anne said...

Like a scene from an old movie, and I am still looking for Clark Gable in the picture :-)) so nice.

RuneE said...

Now that is something to have around! If I had had room for it. Perfect for this meme.

PS It is a small floating quay with a parked gangway. I have another picture of it here. I have used a pola-filter.

barb said...

This lovely gazebo translates very well into sepia. It reminds me of a family pavilion my Ex's family had/has up on the lake in New Hampshire. Many a family gathering was held under that roof in days gone by!

kaye said...

well done--it looks like an antique, which I'm sure it is. Hope you can stop by to see my sepia scene and window views Thanks!

White Oleander said...

Nice gazebo:)

Jill said...

I live in this town the gazebo is white with green trim for those wondering. it is in a small park along the edge of lake scugog, just at the end of downtown.

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