Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Log Cabin/ Sepia Scenes
To me, the log cabin looks ancient but I have no idea how old it is. I think it's being used as a shed nowadays.
To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com
Posted by EG CameraGirl at 8:26 AM
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Lovely texture to this shot.
It 'almost an old lithograph perhaps nostalgic ...
Beautifully timeless shot with the b&w!
Steeped in history! I love this pic - looks so cool!
The cabin is in great shape! what a nice shot.
What a great shot! It could go with my book review!!!
Wonderful sepia shot with a hint of green, right? Or is it just me being tired again?
What did you do to this photo to make the white bits stand out so much? Like on the tree leaves. It is so interesting and textural.
It was a very bright shot, one reason I converted it into sepia.
I like this because it makes you look "beneath" the photo and put in colors and bring it to life...
Love this photo! So much depth!
Like the farming days of yester - year!
Oh wow! that cabin and surrounding are is perfect for sepia--very natural look. Love the texture too. MB
Oh, did you take this just for me? Thank you--I love it!
Such a wonderful landscape! Very soothing shot!
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