Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Welcome/ Sepia Scenes

Iron welcome mat at the entrance to St. George's Anglican Church, Jackson's Point, Ontario


  To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com

28 comments:

Rose said...

This would make a great badge for sepia scenes!

Small City Scenes said...

Welcome to the world of sepia. I did one I will have to post someday. I think I will on my day4plus blog. Wait for me!! MB

Small City Scenes said...

PS. I have to say---thanks for your encouragement. MB

B SQUARED said...

Once again, the pineapple. Amazing how prevalent they once were at entrances. I wonder why they disappeared?

Tricia said...

That really pretty & I agree w/ Rose

see you there! said...

Pinapples were once a symbol of hospitality weren't they? I can't think why.

Darla

PERBS said...

Absolutely stunning. It sure says welcome to me!

Cezar and Léia said...

What a beautiful idea for this sepia scenes because this spot fits very well, I mean about sepia!
Wonderful picture!
Léia

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Nice welcome mat. Wonderful closeup, looks beautiful! Works great in sepia.

kaye said...

love how the details pop

cieldequimper said...

Where do you get all these wonderful ideas for photos?! Love it!

Jacob said...

Ah, c'mon...an Anglican church entrance? You've got to show us more! I would have expected red doors and tile floors!

This looks like a barn entrance! ;-)

Good shot!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Jacob,
It's an OLD Anglican church. ;-) But it's still used during the summer. I'll be posting more photos later.

Jarart said...

So pretty, I'd love to see the whole building.

Vita Stunder said...

Beautiful entry for sepia scenes EG!
And I agree with Rose :)

George said...

What a unique welcome mat. It's just perfect for Sepia Scenes.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi EG, I've never seen an iron welcome mat. What a neat picture for a Sepia scene.

Hugs,
Betsy

Ralph said...

An iron welcome mat - that seems so substantial, for different than the rubber/plastic Rubbermaid mats we see today. The new mats are functional, but do they wear like iron, as the old saying went??

Leif Hagen said...

Thanks for putting out the WELCOME mat!

Kris said...

Great textures here.

Becky and Gary said...

By the looks of that wood, this must be an old church. Love the picture.
B.

NicoleB said...

That's one wonderful shot!
A perfect and warm welcome in sepia :)

Dianne said...

beautiful!
the composition is perfect

Carletta said...

I agree with Rose - perfect badge!
I like this shot.

Julie said...

Great shot and so welcoming. I love wood in sepia.

ellievellie said...

I don't think of pineapples when I think Ontario - but after seeing this photo I always will :)

maryt/theteach said...

And the pineapple means welcome! I guess you knew that though, EG! Great sepia shot! :)

Rita said...

Love this shot. The floorboards and threshold tell me the church is old and full of history.

Love the welcome mat. Have never seen one in iron. Wonder if it is as old as the church?

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