With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Sepia Scenes #74

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Sepia Scenes #74

A few shots of the wooden gazebo at the park for Sepia Scenes this week.



Playing along with Mary T and her Sepia Scenes!

14 comments:

Marsha's Mpressions said...

Great shots and a good eye. Love gazebos and all their details!

Julie Harward said...

You know, I don't usually care for sepia that much but I really like these, it really show the texture and makes it feel old! Come say i :D

Susan said...

LDH, is that a new photo of you holding the camera? Very nice. I don't think I remember that from previous posts! Your photos are great and you are also very photogenic! Sincerely, Susan

Cindy (Letters From Midlife) said...

Great photos and I love the 39 squares project you wrote about in another post. Glad to have found your blog.

Ralph said...

The sepia adds a warmth to the wood. The look of peace now, concerts and such to bring the crowds to the green, to relax as they congregate. A lovely focal point to the town green...

Marice said...

that gazebo looks perfect in sepia :) classic!

u may view mine here

marie said...

I love sepia photos of wood _ they're so rustic & cozy. My favorite is the third one with the bits of light peeking through.

By the way - ditto to what Susan said. You are very photogenic and I really like the new photo.

The Watts Family said...

Beautiful pictures I love how the sepia adds such a moodiness to them ~I enjoyed your post today ~Blessings Love Heather :)

Amanda said...

gorgeous! Love the angled shot

Ann said...

I just love gazebos I've always wanted one in my back yard. Seeing this one in sepia makes me want one even more. Your shots are great.

Janice said...

Beautiful little gazebo, great shots Lorraine.

awarewriter said...

Nice angles leading up to the final image. Well done. They look so appropriate with the sepia tones.

Patti said...

I love gazebos and the simpler time they evoke.

This one looks good in the warm sepia tone.

kaye said...

those shots are wonderful

Kaye-the road goes ever ever on

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