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.
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?
Well if it's been a while, it's excellent. Is that Greta's sister LOL :) Well done
Magnificent sepia dear James!You did well, wonderful picture!Léia
well this one turned out nice
Sorry - I don't drink milk :)But I do like your photo a lot :)The field with fence looks so good i sepia.
Nice choice for sepia. Too bad I can't even take the smell of cow's milk. What a lovely scene.
Very nice photo and the sepia is perfect. It feels timeless. Thanks for visiting!
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
A farm is perfect for sepia - great photo!
A lovely timeless photo. ;-)
I just love this shot!Great choice for sepia :)Anna
What a lovely view in sepia.Great choice.
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?
this is a classic!
You've done a great job - It look authentic!Have a wonderful week!