Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Stone Cottage/ Sepia Scenes


Cottage with old-time charm

Wish I knew the people who live here! Wouldn't it be fun to see what it looks like inside?

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

29 comments:

see you there! said...

Looks like a perfect house for elves to me. Yes, I'd love to peek inside.

Darla

B SQUARED said...

Wonderful stone work.

Tricia said...

Yes, it would... I looks so comfy cozy... another amazing sepia creation!

Small City Scenes said...

Great look in sepia. Did you see the stone cottage on my blog? I just love them. I think of all the work someone did. MB

Becky and Gary said...

A wonderful little quaint cottage EG. I'd like to see inside too, and I'm wondering how old it is.
B.

judi said...

At first glance I thought "it's the rectory next to that church", then I looked hard at the church and it has a ... barn door? interesting, I like the cottage for the hobbit Reverend.

Dagrun said...

Maybe they see this and invite you in, sometime...

Lovely sepia scene. Very fitting.

Michelle said...

Such wonderful texture in that shot.

Annie said...

I want to LIVE!!!! in that house.

Tammie Lee said...

This landscape is wonderful in sepia! Creates a strong feeling of: Once Upon a Time

Kramer said...

always appreciate your take on this meme -

Marice said...

great and nicely done :) loving how sepia made gives more emphasis on the stone cottage ;)

u may view mine if u have time

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful façade, I'm always fascinated by stones!
Léia

foto CHIP *Birgitta* said...

Really a charming photo. The stonehouse looks so good in sepia!
Thanks for visiting :)

Tom said...

I love this... Sepia suits this so well...

Ralph said...

Sepia looks nice here. The monochrome deletes the other colors, so the shapes and craftsmanship can be better admired. This stone abode has a style and character that dwarfs the modern wood houses of today. Old has far more class than modern!

Betty said...

Lovely little cottage I would like to see inside too.I wonder if little gnomes live there.

Jacob said...

Yes...why not knock on the door, tell them who you are and what you are doing and that there are hundreds of people all over the world who want to see the interior of their beautiful cottage.

But be prepared to run!

Jarart said...

Lovely little place.

Napaboaniya APAD said...

There's something about cottages that look really good in sepia.
As usual, you've captured a great scene :)

Carletta said...

I hope it is as elegant inside as it looks on the outside. :)

Tricia said...

I had to let you know that I worked & worked on my pics last night to do sepia pics like you described - 2 layers & 70% opacity - they look ok, but still not near as good as yours. I'll post my results next Sepia Scenes. I had no idea about that effect or how to do it, but my brother helped me figure it out. I just love your pics, especially your sepias! Thanks!

kaye said...

I'm with you, I'd love to peek in there. I love stone work and it looks great in sepia. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.

Heidi said...

I love the texture that the sepia lends to the stone on this little cottage! It's so timeless. I love it! You are such a wonderful photographer!
If you'd like to stop by my blog I'm at Cake Crumbs.

Patti said...

I would love to peek inside, and maybe have a spot of tea with the owner. haha

looks like a cozy abode ~ works well in sepia

maryt/theteach said...

My friends live in a stone house that's 200 years old. It's cold and drafty. Their great room is the only room in the original house. They added on a kitchen, bathroom and a couple of bedrooms. The only bedrooms in the 200 year old part are up very steep stairs. Ya gotta be young to live in a stone house... :) Love your sepia tone, EG!

NatureFootstep said...

I too, woud like to see it inside. A very charming house.

Rose said...

Roger or me one is all the time wishing we could see inside of some of the homes...the older homes. I never even think that way about new homes.

This sure made a great Sepia Scene.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

What a charming stone cottage! I agree with Jacob. I would give it a try next time. People are mostly pretty supportive... well, mostly! *g*

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