Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Sepia Scenes: Fading in the Sun

Fading in the Sun


The view from inside this old barn isn't nearly as interesting as the window that frames it. I loved the textures of the peeling paint, and the shadows cast on the wide sill.

There's more to see at Sepia Scenes.

13 comments:

Carletta said...

I love it for the same reasons you do. I like the utility poles outside too. Peeling paint just says primitive to me and I love the mood it suggests - old and comfy.
Great sepia!

Annie said...

Lovely picture. Very peaceful scene filled with textures.

maryt/theteach said...

A real beautiful photo! Great job using AOL photo editor! :)

Tomato Lady said...

Oh that's beautiful. Reminds me of an Andrew Wyeth painting.

Dianne said...

you can even see the small shadow if the window crank!!

stunning!!

sallyacious said...

That's a great window. I like how the glass is starting to fog around the edges of the panes, too.

Shinade said...

This is one of my favorites so far. I love this. You did an incredible job!!

My entries for this week are here.

http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/11/sepia-scenes-3.html

I do so hope you have time to visit. I apologize for being so late.

Thanks :-)

gina said...

what a view! very nice! :)

Rambling Woods said...

Boy..I need to branch out and experiment. Thank you for the inspiration..

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JC said...

The view ain't half bad through that window... works together fabulously :-)

Carly said...

Vicki :)

IT'S STUNNING!!!!!! I like it so much, oh my, more sepia please!

Hugs, Carly

MyMaracas said...

Thanks for the nice comments, guys. Sorry to be so late acknowledging them. It's just been so crazy lately.

Tomato Lady, now that you mention it, it does look like something Wyeth would have done. Thanks for pointing that out!

Rose said...

This is a beauty! I was looking at your profile...I live in west central Indiana...which direction are you?