Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Second-storey Windows/ Sepia Scenes
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What a wonderful photo. I like the hit of color against the gray sky.
Old windows can be fascinating! I love the detail in these!
love the character in this old home. Those windows certainly lend a lot of character.
Neat windows---look at the bunched up curtain---what is going on. LOL MB
Love the contrast. One window with tidy curtains and the other with messy ones. There's a story there somewhere.
A very interesting shot. It must be an older building as the roof looks like it's been repaired numerous times, and the window casings appear to need help...
I like the way you framed this, too.
Bricks look good in sepia!
These are pretty, I wonder what the view is like from behind those curtains...
Beautiful composition, I loved those windows!
Mmmmmm, those windows have eyes. Cool and sort of eerie. Good start for Halloween.
The sepia tones down the sky and brick. Therefore, the shape and lovely details of a house built with style "in the day". A stylish monochromic capture!
Great old windows, wouldn't it be fun to go inside and look out of them!
I see an old man's bushy, bushy eyebrows.
Beautiful catch once again of an older building!
BTW, the leaves were pinkish in color.
At one time I bet this was a beautiful home.
Love the detail that was once above the windows but is crumbling away.
It really could use a brand new roof.
I can't look at it without seeing what Craver sees. :)
What a cool shot and the sepia just makes it perfect.
another Wow photo! hope you are keeping track
Excellent picture... I can not help noticing one of the arches as started to crack, and tiles have slipped down into the gutter.. ha! it must be the 'builder' in me why I notice such things.
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Another great sepia! Swing by & check out my sepia post - You're in it! hehehe
such a nice shot :) really looks good in sepia!
u may view mine if u have time
very lovely eaves
Interesting architectural detail in that building. I like how some of the roof tiles have color while the rest of the photo is in sepia.
Don't you just love windows like these....so interesting and looks good in sepia!
Beautiful sepia scene! Are these ornaments above the window carved in stone or made from wood?
The decorations are made of wood.
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