Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Sepia Scenes Wednesday #10


A pile of old window shutters leaned up against a building in an Antique store. I first applied Sepia and then about 50% Fresco effect. To see more Sepia Shots, go visit Mary.

19 comments:

Gallery Juana - ギャラリー ワナ said...

Beautiful soft hues in this photo. I like the different lines throughout created by the shutters.

ilanadavita said...

Wonderful photo. I like the light color.

Annie said...

I marvel at the clever and creative person who will see these shutters and make something marvelous from them.

Ralph said...

These look nice, in that they provided shelter and protection to those inside the structure. Yes they are beat - but served an honest and useful function...

Dianne said...

all that wonderful weathered wood! I love it
and the effect you achieved is beautiful

Tricia said...

I'm going to try that out - I'm not sure I have a Fresco effect. It looks really cool though!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The old shutters are a lovely find for Sepia Scenes!

George said...

These old shutters are perfect for sepia. Thanks for sharing.

Robin said...

I like the effects - it gives a great old weathered texture to the wood.

Mary said...

This is lovely, whatever you did! It has the feel of whitewashed wood, sun bleached wood...something.

kaye said...

ditto-mary. interesting textures. Stop by to see my sepia scene

NicoleB said...

They sure do look old.
Beautiful treatment on the pic!

Russ said...

Very nice! Sepia is a good choice for this shot bring out all the wonderful textures, lines and shapes.

Russ

PJ said...

I love thies, such a great idea for SS. I'll bet they charge a pretty penny for those shutters.

roentarre said...

The composition here is very cool. Good pattern makes this a winning image!

Pam said...

This photo would look wonderful framed and hung on a wall. I love it, Bravo!

ROSIDAH said...

Wow, the Antique store is a very inspiring place! I love your wonderful shots both in monochrome and sepia. Have a great weekend :)

Patti said...

The sepia tone adds to the weathered look of these wooden shutters. Very nice photo.

"Autrice" said...

I missed these last week. You've really allowed the tones to marry. It's lovely.