Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Lighthouse/ Sepia Scenes

Lighthouse on Lake Ontario

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30 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Maybe this should be called Super Sepia. Very good, EG. Now I am going to learn how to leave a bit of color. MB


(Unless you tell me of course)

George said...

What a wonderful photograph! I like that you kept that bit of red on the roof of the light.

Tricia said...

Fantastic! i love it

maryt/theteach said...

Oh EG, I love this! You know I love lighthouses. And last week on Sepia scenes I colored the light red too. But my light was sooooo small. I love what you've done! :) Happy Sepia Scenes! :)

kaye said...

I love the softness of the rock that the sepia enhances, and then that red roof--WOW!

Jacob said...

Superb shot, and a great job with the sepia, plus one.

I especially like the solidity of this building...just what a lighthouse needs!

see you there! said...

The red really pops on this photo. The lighthouse is interesting, I'm used to seeing them in the more common shape of a tall cone or spire.

Darla

Jarart said...

Fantastic!

Judy said...

A lighthouse in a house? I have never heard of such a thing! On the other hand, I love the photo!!!

dot said...

A very unusual lighthouse. It looks great in sepia and the red spot on the roof really adds to the picture.

cieldequimper said...

I love the red sepia! A bit like a clown's nose! Or Rudolf maybe. ;-)It's a beautiful stone building too!

Rambling Round said...

So picturesque!

judi said...

Nice red hat it wears! Good sepia stuff.

Dagrun said...

Beautiful. The red stands out just perfectly.

Ellie said...

Lovely touch to leave that architecture delight in red!
The bales were set for turkey shoot - to absorb the bullets behind the paper targets /turkeys are frozen and are just prizes/.

Annie said...

OMG. I am officially in LOVE. What a great building and the splash on red at the top of the sepia - well, how cool is that? Great Pic.

Marice said...

wow! what a nice lighthouse :)

Felisol said...

Extraordinary building with the red tower and many pastel sepia corners and outsprings.
Beautiful.
From felisol

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Pretty picture! Love the red spot! Is the lighthouse still in use?

PERBS said...

I would love to live and work there!

Ralph said...

The stonework shines in a monochrome hue. Sepia dulls the scene a bit, to let the red roof (and light inside) shine all the more. Nice edits!

Becky and Gary said...

Excellant EG. I love it.
B.

Shammickite said...

Looks like the lighthouse keeper didn't have very far to go to check on the light!!

magnus said...

What a great photo of a lighthouse.

Have a nice day.

Rajesh said...

That is very lovely light house.

Cezar and Léia said...

So beautiful and a great shot!I loved the stones and your artwork is fabulous!
Congrats!
Léia

Leora said...

Excellent choice of what to leave red. Well executed.

Vita Stunder said...

Beautiful EG!!!
And I love that you have kept the top of the lighthouse in colour.

Dianne said...

I love the stones!!
and how wonderful that you kept the red

Heidi said...

That is beautiful. I love the red that you left in the photo.
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