Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Got Milk?

It's been awhile since I tried a Sepia Scenes post.

16 comments:

  1. What a great shot in sepia James, it really fits the shot.
    I also really liked your frozen Phoenix, you did wonders with it.

    Thanks for your visit and kind comments.

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  2. Everything is so wonderfully close and the far away silos are so big. What was your focal length? The only thing I have might tweaked a little would be to adjust the horizontal line of the barns a little or is that out of the question?

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  3. Well if it's been a while, it's excellent. Is that Greta's sister LOL :) Well done

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  4. Magnificent sepia dear James!You did well, wonderful picture!
    Léia

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  5. well this one turned out nice

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  6. Sorry - I don't drink milk :)
    But I do like your photo a lot :)
    The field with fence looks so good i sepia.

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  7. Nice choice for sepia. Too bad I can't even take the smell of cow's milk. What a lovely scene.

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  8. Very nice photo and the sepia is perfect. It feels timeless. Thanks for visiting!

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  9. Nice sepia picture, it puts the scene out of time..

    PS: Please, when you'll have a little time , come back on my blog, there's something I'd like to tell you...Ü

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  10. A farm is perfect for sepia - great photo!

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  11. I just love this shot!
    Great choice for sepia :)

    Anna

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  12. What a lovely view in sepia.
    Great choice.

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  13. This farm is functional yet beautiful in sepia. This monochrome almost has the color of hay, and what could be more fitting at a barnyard?

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  14. You've done a great job - It look authentic!

    Have a wonderful week!

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