Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Looks Like Yesterday/ Sepia Scenes
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This is sad. No life in the picture when there was nothing but life around these old barns just a couple of decades ago. Times have changed a lot and with it when most of the life that lived and worked on farms.
I started a new blog just for our flowers
Our Flower Pot
Sepia suits this - it's timeless in its lack of modern technology.
Wonderful sepia subject!
I do agree with Abe - not as busy around this one as in times gone by.
I'm happy seeing it seems really well taken care of.
I do agree, one sometimes has the feeling time has not advanced a bit. Sepia emphasizes that of course.
Oh I love the barn image in sepia, very effective at evoking feelings of days gone by.
Just a superb photo. Reminds me of so many farms in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
What lovely photos, so peaceful.
Thank you for sharing and also for stopping by for Ruby Tuesday.
This aged scene could have occurred 100 years ago. A peaceful farm just awaiting the crops to grow and be harvested. A beautiful and timely view!
Barns are one of my favorite subjects, old wood, they just beg to be sepia or black and white. Great capture.
It's great, you could have fooled me. I wish I was around more of this. I really appreciate that you feature so many beautiful country scenes.
I'd have to concur. Sepia suits the subject. (And other alliterative thoughts.) But if we were to go back to the time when this place was hopping, we'd be shooting film!
Oh the horror!
I like barns but I prefer the red ones.
Great sepia & the flowers below are beautiful!
No matter how many barns I see, they are all so great.
Oh, Oh, Oh! I know what that pile next to the barn is!! It's where you grow horseradish! Seriously it is.
Another gorgeous sepia scene, EG.
Thanks for sharing.
I like this one for sepia...would love to see a view of it from another direction.
Beautiful old barn. My kinda photo :)
Timeless effect thanks to your sepia treatment. Well-done!
Beautiful and timeless.
You have such beautiful countryside all around you, what a gift.
Excellent title and picture to.. sometimes I come across a view and think it could have looked like this years ago... Now I know how I can present that to my advantage..
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The barn is looking good in the sepia tone :)
It certainly is refreshing to see that some things haven't changed much:)
Perfect in sepia. Loved your composition.
Great effect in sepia, looks like it was really an old photo!
Looks like Grandpa's old barn. Makes me nostalgic.
Not to worry, Abe. This IS a working farm. And there are many farms in my area still.
Some feeling of solitude...
Old barns are just perfect for sepia scenes, and yours certainly is!
OK, you're just kidding us, right? In fact, you did a spot of time travelling over last weekend, right?
EG is another time, I love following your blog.
So sorry I am late making sepia rounds this week!
You know how much I love seeing rural scenes and especially the barns. This looks wonderful in sepia! I didn't get the feeling of abandonment from seeing it - more like a pause in the day's activities.
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