With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Sepia Scenes No. 73

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Sepia Scenes No. 73

A lamp I bought in Lancaster, PA close to 30 years ago.

A silk rose bouquet
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13 comments:

Ann said...

That lamp is very pretty. I don't live all that far from Lancaster but have never been there. The roses look real, and beautiful in sepia

The Watts Family said...

Oh those are beautiful the lamp is very pretty and makes a wonderful portrait ~Blessings Love Heather :)

Ralph said...

The sepia lamp is beautiful, a soft glow from the light and beautiful glass vase with a great cloth covered antique sepia shade. I haven't been to Lancaster in quite a while, and never antiquing. But it seems like a fun thing to do...The flowers are such a nice accent on the table, too. Two nice captures!

Patti said...

I like that lamp a lot. It creates a cozy atmosphere.

The flowers are lovely in the light sepia you used.

Susan said...

Very nice lamp and roses, ldh. Thanks for posting. Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

awarewriter said...

The silk roses are lovely. Excellent image.

Mildred said...

Your pictures are so pretty!

Marice said...

wow you did a great job in preserving that lamp! so beautiful! i didnt even notice its age ;)

u may view mine here

Leora said...

Delicate pieces of household goods, both of them. The glass glistens and warms. I like how the two sepias are not the same shade.

Julie Harward said...

I LOVE the lamp..very unusual and pretty and the roses in sepia, very lovely! Come say hi :D

kim said...

Great sepia pics. Love that lamp. Wow, thirty years you have had that.

Stine in Ontario said...

Lovely photos. The lamp is exquisite!

marie said...

These are beautiful photos ~ especially love the lamp!

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