Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Nice! Looks like a very old photo.
Wow that's an interesting picture. It looks like a postcard from long ago. MB
The clarity of this photo is amazing.Darla
And a handsome building it is. Very nice.
Very stylish building!
So it's warm now? I agree with MB, it does look like an old picture in a book! Thanks for visiting my other blog!
Need that this time of year. The photo looks like an old one from many years ago!
What a beautiful façade!Great work!Léia
Very cool sepia shot! I agree w/ MaryBeth, it looks like a postcard from long ago.
That is a great shot. Interesting how some are open at the top and some are open at the bottom, I mean each window's top and bottom... oh bother, the honey pot is empty. :)
Great shot EG!I really love this building and the open windows makes this picture speak to me.Great work!
I like the building and the sepia,texture,high pass? etc looks great.
Old fashioned buildings appeal to me - I like what you did with this one. The open windows give it signs of humans about, even if we don't see them, as does that wire on the right.
This photo is very appealing to me. The sepia adds to it, but I imagine it would be quite satisfactory in either black and white or muted colors.
The older the building the more stylish. The enhancement of sepia adds the look of the day. Anything built over the last 150 years needs a sepia monochrome to highlight its style!
An attractive picture. But it's a little bit hard. Have you used High pass from Photoshop when you edited it?
An extraordinary shot, EG! I love it! :)
Nice one! Sepia gives that picture an aged parchment appearance.
Great photo of this old and interesting building. I like all the lines and angles. Nice that some windows were open to add to the effect.
Interesting photo, EG! No air conditioning there?
Looks like an old print done in pen and ink. Very well done.
oh, I love the whole picture and the treatment you gave it.
I love your picture. Wonderful building! If you'd like to visit my sepia scene I'm at http://cakecrumbs-heidi.blogspot.com/
That really takes the sepia effect well.
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