Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Port Perry Clock/ Sepia Scenes


Hey! The clocks on two sides say the same time!


Half sepia done in layers in Photoshop Elements, which leaves the Canadian flag red and the sky grey.

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

24 comments:

see you there! said...

Always enjoy the sepia scenes. The sky in this one is wonderful.

Darla

B SQUARED said...

Very nice. Hope the time was accurate.

Small City Scenes said...

Very neatly done. Maybe the time is actually right. Better go check. MB

Judy said...

For the number of times I have been to Port Perry, I have never noticed the clock! I will have to look for it!
And it really is odd to have both of them saying the same time!
I also like the horses eating the hay before it is lowered to the ground!!!

Jarart said...

How rare to have the same time on two sides of these kinds of clocks. Someone is on the ball there. I like the technique on this photo.

kaye said...

I love the tower against the gray sky.

Michelle said...

Love how you can see some reflection in the upper windows and that reflection in your watery post.....WOW!

Kramer said...

Love the layers. Excellent effect.

cieldequimper said...

Cool clock and very nice building. Bricks work well in sepia!

@nemonen said...

Like thr picture very much.

Cezar and Léia said...

I liked the clock and the flag , everything is so beautiful!
Cool shot!
Léia

Manang Kim said...

Yeah, the clock is synchronize and the flag remains red and the building has sepia color that makes this photo awesome!

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Betsy from Tennessee said...

As a clock-person, I love seeing the old clock towers in the old buildings. You chose a great shot for a sepia scene.

Hugs,
Betsy

Ralph said...

The sepia accents this wonderful old building. Like always, the blue sky might capture our attention instead. The sepia lets us see the beautiful cupola and brick sans distractions. A stunning capture as always!

Paula said...

Whenever I visit you I feel like I'm taking a step back in time, especially when you do Sepia Scenes. I like the brickwork and the feel of the architecture.

Becky and Gary said...

You always have such cool sepia pictures EG. This one is no exception.
Happy Thursday.
B.

Jacob said...

It's about "time" you posted this clock photo! ;-)

It really works well in sepia!

Honey Mommy said...

I love old buildings! This one is particularly lovely.

Dagrun said...

Beautiful sepia tones you've got here. It really suits the brick wall.

Patti said...

I really like how you retained some of the lighter colors of the bricks and the color in the flag.
I was trying and trying to keep the colors in an American flag in a photo yesterday that I wanted to post for sepia scenes.
I had to give up.

Happy Sepia Scenes a day late!

maryt/theteach said...

I love this shot, EG! I've tried using "Apply image" for such an effect (see my new Sepia Scenes header) Thanks for playing Sepia Scenes. You know I appreciate it a lot! :)

Heidi said...

Love those old clock towers! I wish we had some around here. You must have the most photogenic town ever. You always have the most inviting photographs day after day!
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Tricia said...

Fantastic sepia!

Rose said...

Very nice!

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