Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Wow, the washed out look of the snow is beautiful! It is good to see that people still believe in giving to others. Wonderful photoIf you'd like to stop by my blog I'm at Cake Crumbs.
Reminds me of an old wood cut. Nice shot.
Beautiful winter snow scene, EG. I like the light touch.My sepia comes out too brown, although not as yellowish-brown as it used to be. I'm learning I guess.
frosted wood--reminds me of a gingerbread scene. Nice treatment and nice farmer.
Nice shot! I like the way you boosted the contrast in this image.
The picture has a gorgeous old world feel to it. Really nice.
I feel like a trapper in the XIXth century. It's gorgeous!
The picture looks WARM even thoughit's snow... Like that!Nice pic!
I would also like to say that the pic feels warm but as a Brazilian I feel like hiding under a blanket... :)God bless you!Cezar
I was going to say that's a lot of wood for one family...although if it's cold enough...our son-in-law cuts quite a bit up in Colorado.Abe had it right - very much like an old wood cut. Beautifully done!
Let's keep the fire burning. Lovely winter shot.
He is twice warmed.What do you think he collects the boulders for?
I like the look here - the monochrome seems to make this appear as an ink drawing. Perhaps it is the snow, but the artistry here is wonderful - the prosaic view is so nice in sepia!
This farmer has more firewood than we do! I think this is a great sepia photo.
Beautiful sepia picture, EG... I usually see snow pictures in black and white. I love them in sepia... Gives the snow a warmer look.Hugs,Betsy
Sepia makes this look like a pen and ink drawing. I LOVE it EG.B.
This is one of my favorite sepia photos of yours to date! Great work
Love the simplicity of the shot.My Stepdad cuts wood for sale as his second job. He would love this photo.Carletta’s Captures.
I love this photo. I think snow makes everything look so much more beautiful. It's a "cozy" photo. Thanks for sharing.
Speaking of wood - this photo almost looks like an old woodblock print.Darla
Ohmygoodness! That is one gorgeous photo! Fit for framing, or turning into a Christmas card ... although it's too good for that, I think. Just lovely.
--picture. You do have a way about you.The way this farmer keeps warm is chopping wood. There is a bunch to be done. MBSup
I really, really like this!
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