With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Sepia Scenes

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Sepia Scenes

Guess who spent way too much time on Picnic yesterday afternoon. I should have taken a nap. I was really sleepy. See what happens when I am really sleepy?
Add to the mix
a little cabin fever,
a sunless day,
and
a boredom with snow pictures.

Just Raider and I.
Since he will be the subject for Shadow Shot Sunday,
that leaves me for Sepia Scenes.

I do like the way the camera is reflected in the beveled edge of the mirror


Click button above to visit Sepia Scenes and view pictures taken by people who are fully awake.

16 comments:

Julie Harward said...

I like sepia..very cool. I like that site too, thanks. Come say hi :D

Ralph said...

The photographer seems to be of many moods - at one time?? The artist is at work, and how interesting it is the color and style of each edit gives a different feel, a different mindset. Yet all are the same person as always. Neat!

Nice SLR, too...

Ann said...

I like them. Just keep thinking spring and the end of that cabing fever. It can't be far off can it?

Mildred said...

I love the sepia - my niece has a wall of sepia prints in her condo, which is done in shades of brown and barely pink.

Tricia said...

cool sepia experimenting!

The Watts Family said...

Very cool I like these and how each looks with just a little different tone~ Blessings Love Heather

Dayle said...

Very nice hair.... Oh! And the sepia looks great, too. ;)

crochet lady said...

Wonderful pictures of a talented photographer.

awarewriter said...

Nice series of fun and silly. Being silly keeps us sane (and awake).

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Love the pictures! Especially the many of you! You are so beautiful!!

Abounding Treasures said...

I love sepia and this series of scenes is wonderful :o)

Judy @ In His Grip said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and friending me on Facebook. From your blog it looks like you and I have a lot in common and that we could be friends. I will definately be coming back here and keeping up with what is going on here.

Janice said...

That is a fantastic shot. I love the first one best.

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Texan in UAE said...

First time on your beautiful blog. You take very good photos. Great photographer.

vignette design said...

I love these images. It is amazing how color or lack of color changes the mood of the subject. You have a beautiful blog!

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