Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Collectibles/ Sepia Scenes

 
Collectibles outside an antiques & Collectibles shop 


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30 comments:

Pat - Arkansas said...

Fascinating photo! One man's "junk heap" is another man's "collectibles." I do love that zig-zag pattern in whatever it is.

BJ Roan said...

Perfect for sepia.

Shammickite said...

Great shot, lots of detauils and contrasts.

Small City Scenes said...

Collectibles? Maybe not. good photo. You have a way of making something interesting. MB

B SQUARED said...

I'm not sure what most of those things are for.

Leif Hagen said...

Indeed a collection of history and memories! Love antiques!

Rose said...

Great for sepia...I have been sitting looking at old pictures on line and this looks like it could belong with them.

PERBS said...

Now that looks like a picture postcard! So much to have ones eyes drell upon -- if only those pieces could talk and tell their story!

kaye said...

love old pieces like that too. There are many stacks like that ouside of old barns and homes where I live

George said...

What a wonderful sepia photo!

cieldequimper said...

The simplest things can be so beautiful. There's so much to look at here, wonderful shot!

foto CHIP Sweden said...

This is a perfect scene for sepia - super :)

Tricia said...

It has a real old time look & feel! Very nice!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Wow, wonderful picture! It's full of details and interest. It works perfectly in sepia.

Buenos Aires Photo

maryt/theteach said...

Lovely collection, EG! :)

Greyscale Territory said...

The textures of these old things all bundled together look wonderful in sepia!

Danielle said...

Fantastic Sepia Scene! Perfect. Great detail.

Patti said...

Like Arkansas Pat said: One man's trash is another man's treasure!
Or I guess it should be "One woman's trash..."

I love antiques - is the zig-zag thing part of a saw?

Happy Sepia Scenes!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Patti,
I'm not sure what the zigzag thing is. This was one of several piles out on the lawn and I was interested in the shapes. ;-)

Vita Stunder said...

Antiques.. Are one of my passions!

Gorgeous shot EG!

Anna

Ralph said...

These items are not junk at all - they were made in a era where craftsmanship. Built to last, which is why they still can be sold! Not like the marginal tools, etc you get today, that turn to real junk real fast. A nice view of when quality mattered a lot more...

Jane said...

Very rustic and interesting, thanks for sharing EG:)

Michelle said...

Beautiful lighting in this shot!

Jacob said...

This must be the same shop you showed us before...right? What a goldmine (so to speak) you found there.

Lovely shot!

Carletta said...

A pair of tongs, a bee smoker ( I think) - would love going through the pile!

napaboaniya said...

Though all might look pretty jumbled up together. It looks perfect in sepia.
One man's trash might be another man's treasure from what I see :)

Lawstude said...

really amazing photography. love it.

Ulrica said...

So many nice old things and perfect in sepia.

Stephany said...

I can't give you a coherent reason "why" but I love this photo. The sepia tone makes it perfect.

maryt/theteach said...

A good job at sepia-izing, EG! Happy SEpia Scenes and thanks for participating! :)

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